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  • Kirk knew that flying onto an island covered with siliconic gel would be risky, at best, but if anyone was left alive down there, going in was the only way to get them out.

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  • She had heard rumors that the siliconic gel could be explosive.

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  • LILIAN COATES stood at her front window, staring down the road as the rain started, making the siliconic gel shimmer as the water ran through it, pelting the ground not so much in drops, but in a mist.

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  • They were simply massive low-frequency speakers that emitted a noise that broke down siliconic gel molecules.

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  • The siliconic gel was coming up fast and in less than a minute it would be over her head even if she was standing on the beam.

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  • The siliconic gel had covered the entire town to a level of fifty feet deep almost instantly.

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  • When the wave rolled in, it would trigger the polymers in the desert soil created by the nanoassemblers, and more siliconic gel would be created from the very soil around them.

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  • Spock had worked for nine hours straight on trying to discover a way to break down the siliconic gel and stop the nanoassemblers from creating more siliconic gel polymers in the soil.

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  • He knew that anyone inside during the wave of siliconic gel coming over might still be alive.

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  • The basic structure of the siliconic gel being formed in the soil.

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