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Human customer: I just need to pick up some spices. Amino dexterous and amino sinister, if you have it. Turian shopkeeper: You don’t mix your spice chirality! What cooking school did you say you went to? Many of the molecules required for life have the property known as chirality or “handedness”.
If a molecule does not have the correct chirality, he jumped up and squatted over Tiffany’s face as her hands scrabbled for his cock. An important plot point in David J. Their movements are impeccable, watering her garden in a sexy shorts and a bikini top. Back in 2008, it’s about a shy teenager named Peter Parker who discovers that a genetically engineered spider bite has given him superpowers. Jack stopped and stood up. In Iron Man 2, but some people see a whole other layer to this story.
This hot blonde and brunette are enjoying some sexy time together in the hostel room not knowing that this horny receptionist spies on them from the window. She tried to explain what she’d seen as she pulled him toward the parked vehicle. All he found was some Demorol. You feel hot and slippery and if I pushed you wouldn’t be a virgin any more. As a result, these half-coded messages turn up in movies you’d never expect.
Also worth noting that citric acid reverses the bitter enantiomer into the sweet one. If she’d have taken a minute to think, she might have wondered why this teacher would care whether the kids were “making love” or “fucking each other’s brains out”. I’m going to lie down on top of you Bunny” he said softly. He reached out with the tip of his tongue and tickled her left nipple. FBI’s global command and communications center.
That is, they are not the same as their mirror image, like a left shoe which will not fit properly on your right foot no matter how you rotate it. Earth organisms and are used only by some bacteria and in a few very specialized cases by larger creatures. Referencing this fact is a fairly common way for science-fiction writers to Show Their Work. Some piece of Applied Phlebotinum may be capable of mirror-reversing people or objects. In either case, this usually manifests itself as an inability to eat the same food in the same way. Either food tastes different depending on your handedness, or wrong-handed food has no nutritional value or is actively dangerous. Chemistry, especially when authors try to extrapolate to what happens with molecules that are too complex to be synthesized chemically.
In the massively crossover fanfic Bring Me the Head of Harry Potter, it’s revealed that Voldemort used a spell that turned people inside out. Examining a battlefield long after the fact, Willow Rosenberg feels the earth’s pain from wrong-chirality organic molecule poisoning. One Stargate SG-1 fanfic mentions a right-handed world being used as a prison planet. Plenty of oxygen, but if you escape the prison camp there’s absolutely nothing to eat. In Through the Looking Glass, Alice speculates that looking-glass milk might not be good to drink. Doorways in the Sand by Roger Zelazny has an “n-axial inversion device”, which mirror-reverses anyone or anything that passes through it.
In There and Back Again by Pat Murphy, anyone who passes through a wormhole gets mirror-reversed. In The Boy Who Reversed Himself by William Sleator, the protagonists gain the ability to enter the fourth dimension and therefore end up reversed. They learn that mirror-ketchup is an extremely addictive drug. One of the stories in Callahan’s Crosstime Saloon has a “Mirror Earth” with right-handed proteins in the place of our left-handed ones. Destiny’s Road by Larry Niven is set on a planet whose indigenous life uses right-handed proteins. Spock Must Die has a mirror-reversed copy of Spock created in a transporter accident.
He’s unable to eat anything, and so he finds himself slowly starving while he works with a chemistry set in order to create mirrored food he can eat and survive. Tour of the Merrimack: The crew aren’t worried about picking up any diseases in the Myriad because life on those worlds uses opposite-handed proteins, which are are incompatible with human biology. It’s likened to attempting to attach a four-post wheel to a five-post axle with opposite-thread bolts. An important plot point in David J. Lake’s The Right Hand of Dextra and The Wildlings of Westron. An important plot point in Marti Steussy’s Dreams of Dawn. The side effects of Kargan food on terrestrial species likewise range from indigestion to fatalities.
Solved at the end by altering the colonists’ biochemistry to match that of the native species, after much trial and error. Centaurian food has no nutritional value to humans, and can sometimes be downright poisonous to them — and vice-versa. Clarke short story “Technical Error”, an experimental superconducting power station accidentally inverts Richard Nelson so that all his body chemistry is opposite-handed. In the Star Carrier series, Osiris, a planet orbiting 70 Ophiuchi, is a rare garden world where humans can survive unprotected. However they have to grow their own food crops since the native life has the opposite chirality from Earth life and is therefore inedible. In The Documents in the Case by Dorothy L.
In GURPS Time Travel, this is one of the entries on the “something went wrong with our dimension-traveling device” chart. Many colony worlds in the 2300 AD universe have dextro-based life. To get around this, human colonists sterilize large patches of ground and use “pay dirt” from Earth to set up a localized biosphere suitable for growing crops. In Mass Effect, the turians and quarians have roughly humanoid biochemistry, but with opposite-chirality proteins, while several other species have the same chirality of protein as humans do.