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Dr. Hammond’s lab was one of a kind, and I had no trouble finding it myself, thanks to the name plates on each door. The door was unlocked so I entered. White tiles graced the floors and wall, and the fluorescent lamp bounced white light off the walls. The roof was made with stained glass, like its a temple, his temple, where he worshiped science.
“Hello” I called out to the seemingly empty room.
“Back here”, spoke a thin voice, belonging to a lady.
I walked through a series of work benches on which various beakers, conical flasks and test tubes lay with various liquids of diverse hues in them. I turned at the end to find a lady in white lab coats, heating a liquid in a boiling tube over a flame, and watching the color change.
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