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“No more unneeded convention centers, light-speed rail projects, and subsidized fishing stores.”
“More fighting ensues, and Jesse and Iris join the fray, and all seven of the speedsters knock down the much-faster Zoom before regrouping and taking off together at near light-speed.”
“The light-speed rate of change in the 60s, which Ballard cannily emphasised as technological and communications based, as opposed to more commonly referenced societal critiques, is expressed brilliantly by Paolozzi, who cleverly adds a sheen of psychedelic colour — the filter through which society saw, and dealt with, this technological future shock.”
“The light-speed notion is also partly the basis for Einstein's theory of gravity.”
“Of course it's not going to happen at light-speed but you can bet your bottom dollar it will happen, that's a give-in.”
“Then the programs will execute light-speed purchases of that company's stock without human intervention.”
“The chapter ends with an elegant example of the assertion that "nothing can travel faster than light" by describing a "nothing" that can indeed break the light-speed barrier.”
“Its light-speed velocity means its crew has hardly aged, however, and close confinement, coupled with a ship that keeps malfunctioning, has its slightly unhinged characters bickering across the great expanses of the universe.”
“After you've made your first jump beyond light-speed, everything else pales by comparison.”
“He worries his notes and tosses off light-speed trills.”
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