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  • Ryan becomes increasingly distracted by what he thinks are vivid daydreams of a cylindrical city, home of the ever-moving Clanking City (a reference to Christopher Priest's The Inverted World, perhaps?) as it trudges its ways to keep up with the slowly-moving air bubble, sometimes passing over the remains of dead, stationary "demon cities".

    REVIEW: Fast Forward 1 edited by Lou Anders

  • FATHERLAND suggests that Germany could have defeated Russia by playing the same game it did in WWI: adopting a slowly-moving wide-front closer to the German border thus shortening supply lines and inviting the Russians to smash themselves senseless on the defences for 2-3 years before finally advancing just as the Russian war machine is exhausted.

    WW2+70

  • Ohh also since you're the closest thing I know to a buff on the subject, what's the viability of having a very slowly-moving or stationary vessel supporting life in space for generations at a time a la Wall-e, but less ridiculous.

    Realistic Space Exploration

  • I'd love to see a game about a small group of people just living on a slowly-moving space station forever.

    Realistic Space Exploration

  • The cascade of hierarchies continues; molecular binding energies are typically much smaller than a Rydberg, the timescales characteristic of mesocopic collections of slowly-moving molecules are correspondingly longer still, etc.

    After Reading a Child’s Guide to Modern Physics

  • When they arrived, they were standing in the middle of a large cave about the size of a football field, with boulders poking out of a sea of slowly-moving lava.

    Gamemastering Is An Art, Part VII: Catching Up

  • This was where Kiron took his dazed and aching head, to immerse himself in the slowly-moving water and try not to think.

    Aerie

  • Rafts of dried wood soaked in oil were made ready to be pushed against the ponderous, slowly-moving great raft.

    Icerigger

  • He tensed himself for the step across onto the slowly-moving reverse ribbon.

    The Creature from Cleveland Depths

  • And then, just as on the far horizon there showed a mound which might have been a hillock of sand or a verdant patch, outcome of precious water, or a slowly-moving caravan of heavily-laden camel, the mare

    The Hawk of Egypt

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