Elizabeth Rubio

Elizabeth Rubio lives in Austin, Texas, where she writes science fiction and fantasy, as well as nonfiction. Once a professional biochemist, she believes very strongly that every person is a scientist. She hopes the optimistic scientists of all kinds can work together to create a future for us all. When not writing, she can be found snuggling her cats or at the library. Find her other stories in Analog or Mythic, or look for her nonfiction series from Enslow Publishing.

By Elizabeth Rubio 

From Advanced Human Biology, 2nd Edition

In  by September 27, 2019
When the changes first manifested, humanity called it a disease. The first change affected blood. While the pH of human blood at the time was usually maintained at roughly 7.4, many people began to show a long-term blood pH of higher than 7.6. These people, remarkably, did not suffer the symptoms commonly associated with alkalemia: […]
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