Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Equation

*Follows Gateway and Surface

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Falling from an aircraft and experiencing flight the way only a liar can feels nothing like falling from a planet. Or in this case a moon, Samuel reminds himself. The landscape here doesn't vary and the dark skies make it hard to gauge how high up he actually is. His head hurts, an infection-inspired vertigo, and that his eyes constantly readjust from his inclination to stare up at Saturn and down at Iapetus make the very act of focus - visual or mental - almost impossible. But he can't help it. This facade of flying is too addicting… read more @ Panoramic Mindscapes

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10 comments:

  1. Odds are the more attempts have a better success rate

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  2. Ah have to go back and read the other installments in proper order now. Good yarn and thanks for the deliberate spelling error . . now who's skimming!

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  3. that's just cool...and technical. i love good hard sci-fi, like niven or baxter or asimov, or golden

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  4. http://itistimetothinkformyself.blogspot.com/2010/06/theme-thursday-love-is-sweet.html

    here is mine tt post.
    there are candy treats on my previous post.
    take and enjoy some!
    ;)

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  5. You're like the old mag teasers, one chpt at a time. I like the math...it's how I think without dying!

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  6. Why did I find myself slowly reading the math? Trying to get the detail? ;) I swear. I did.

    The trouble is I know I liked the other parts of this. I have no time, Jeff. None. Trying to read the 10th Daughter entries. Now, as usual, I am distracted. Okay, going to read the other parts again right now. Sigh....

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  7. hell of a sci-fi!!!
    I think you have Ray Bradbury beat

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  8. Vasquez should be more careful.

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  9. Awesome first time. Still awesome. Wish I was as creative and military or military sci fi is definitely an area in which you excel.

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