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Frameshift - Chapters 31-35 Summary & Analysis

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Molly does some Internet research on the question of the hyoid bone in the larynx. The bone is necessary for human speech. To date, there has been only one discovery of a Neanderthal hyoid, and it was not found with a complete skull. Therefore, it did not settle the question whether that species could speak as modern humans speak. The few research studies concluded that more evidence, including more skeletal remains, are needed to settle the question. Suddenly, Molly is horror-struck at the potential enormity of Burian Klimus' perverse genetic experiment called Amanda: "It looked horribly, incredibly unthinkably as though Burian Klimus had found a way to bring just such new evidence to light."

Testing his theory that Klimus and the Millenial Reich are engaged in their own kind of genocide against those with "bad" genes, Pierre visits the widow of Bryan Proctor...

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