The giant humpback whale leaps for victory, after sinking a pirate whaling ship. Later, a harpoon wound from the encounter is patched up, and the giant what recovers quickly, have been fed a couple of crates of Solar Cola and Solar Tonic. Leaving John and Dan dry for the remainder of the expedition.






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Kulo Luna is one of the adventures of John Storm, the ocean and climate adventurer who is obsessed with his DNA collection and conserving marine life. John is the skipper of the stunning hydrogen powered ship: Elizabeth Swann. This trimaran is loaded with underwater survey equipment, and Hal, the onboard artificial intelligence, who guards the ship and is an electronic crew member. John is obsessed with his DNA collection, called the Ark, also securely installed in the Swann. Being just as valuable as the technology that drives the vessel.


John and Suki Hall, accidentally discover the beneficial effects of Solar Cola™ and Solar Tonic™, when the giant humpback whale they have rescued from sharks and ghost fishing nets, is given a couple of cases of the refreshing drink, by way of a pick-me-up, as she is recovering from a harpoon injury, and the impromptu medics, discover that Kulo-Luna is with calf. Amazingly, Kulo-Luna almost immediately shows signs of recovery. Becoming quite playful, where before administering the delicious beverage, she was on the wane.


Later, in The Holy Compass, John and Tricia (Patricia Leopard, Cleopatra's alias) administer the drink to Pope Peter Benedict, who has stage four lung cancer, one of the most prevalent forms in particulate polluted cities, such as in Rome and thee Vatican City. This is after they inject the Pontiff with a specially tailored CRISP virus. Call it a miracle of modern science, but the combination cures the leader of the Catholic world. Who proclaims John to be a veritable "medicine man." Since, nobody has ever recovered from the advanced stage of the disease. Unfortunately, there is as yet no affordable cure for cancer. This is a work of fiction, please remember that. However, if supercomputers advance, and genetic modification extends to humans, as they have with crops. You never know what is possible : )










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The names 'Kulo Luna' and 'Elizabeth Swann' are trade marks, the paternal rights and intellectual property of Jameson Hunter. Copyright is asserted as per sections 77 and 78 of the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988 and the Trade Marks Act 1994, as amended in the UK, the Trademark Act of 1946 (also known as the Lanham Act) in the USA, and as per the Berne Convention, internationally in terms of artistic copyright.





Copyright asserted, picture of John Storm and Dan Hawk at the helm of the Elizabeth Swann



John Storm and Dan Hawk, at the helm of the Elizabeth Swann, discover they have no way to make it in the book or film world, but discover they make excellent comic characters, ideal for publication as graphic novels. Their friend Kulo-Luna is a humpback whale they saved from drowning while entangled in ghost fishing nets, also being surrounded by hungry great white sharks, looking to eat her. Copyright © illustration, Cleaner Ocean Foundation, all right reserved.




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