The Hot Zone

What is the mood of the following lines?

"As he stared at it, he found himself being pulled into a world where moral boundries blur and finally dissolve completely. He was lost in wonder and admiration, even though he knew that he was prey."

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Geisbert sees this new lethal world of virology as having no rules. It is a separate from the laws of men. There is an otherworldly and menacing tone to this passage.