One Levent Plaza- Brown describes this as the location address of the Swiss Consulate. Levent is a business district on the European side of Istanbul.
Airborne vector virus– An vector virus is a virus that transports a genome into the cell it infects. Making this virus airborne means it can be spread through the air, through coughing, sneezing, stirring up particles, etc. Sienna claims the virus Zobrist created was an airborne vector virus, making it far more easily spreadable and dangerous than a typical virus.
Cystic fibrosis– This is a hereditary and life-threatening lung disorder that causes thick mucous to build up in the lungs, pancreas, and other places in the body. This is used as an example to show that even the smallest genetic mutation can have “catastrophic effects on the body”.
Worldwatch Institute– Based in Washington D.C., this research organization focuses on global environmental issues and sustainable development. Sienna cites this as an institution who ignored Zobrist’s pleas to address population control.
The Club of Rome– The Club of Rome is an international think tank made up of global leaders focused on political issues dealing with the future of humanity. In 1972 it raised controversy when it commissioned The Limits to Growth, a book about computer modeling of resource and human population development. Sienna cites this as an institution who ignored Zobrist’s pleas to address population control.
Population Matters– Formerly known as Optimum Population
Trust, Population Matters is a UK charity and think tank focused on researching, addressing, and educating people on resource sustainability and population growth. Sienna cites this as an institution who ignored Zobrist’s pleas to address population control.