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"...in fifty years, do you believe that people will be recognizably human?"
- Greg Bear

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  Create a living space such that the spread of disease is less likely.  

At one point the book's narrator is speaking with the corporate director of Eden-Olympia, a planned live/work community in southern France. The director refers to medical research that the narrator's own wife, a doctor, has been performing:

"She's running a new computer model," the director says, "tracing the spread of nasal viruses across Eden-Olympia. She has a hunch that if people moved their chairs a further eighteen inches apart they'd stop the infectious vectors in their tracks."
From Super-Cannes: A Novel, by J.G. Ballard.
Published by Not Known in 2000
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