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  • Human worlds where starflight is unknown, where men fight with gunpowder or swords.

    March 31st, 2009

  • He has put huge amounts of thought into the politics, economics, religion, civil and military forces that make up the Confederation, and then seems to enjoy pointing out his own flaws the economics of starflight in the Confederation seem questionable, and the author gleefully points that out, leaving the reader unsure if he has an answer or not or is just making them think he does.

    Wertzone Classics: The Reality Dysfunction by Peter F. Hamilton

  • There are some clear rookie mistakes there, like forcing double syllables to go with single notes in the melody (starlight, starflight, never, forever, tell him) and having sustained final notes end in a Z sound (reachezzz, teachezzz).

    Good Tune, Bad Lyric

  • Centaurian amazon, Martian mathematician, leave bloke fed up enough for starflight scenario.

    Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror: Isaac Asimov's Choice 14 Top Science Fiction Stories - Isaac Asimov

  • It's We the People's means of overthrowing any of OUR governments that try to take away our Bill of Rights--much more important than the Constitution, which is just a set of grounded rules on how to run this country as close to that idealized by John Locke...oh, hell, here I go, off on another starflight--except I dance among the moons--I'm howlin' for joy--"Hoy, hoy, I'm your boy/three hundred pounds of heavenly joy."

    Journal-GISM

  • Unfortunately, the only one that came close was the inertial dampener, and since it was the one thing that prevented routine starflight from turning him into chunky salsa, he was loath to part with it.

    Harbinger

  • To the third one I want the fourth warp generator attached so that it has starflight capability as well as the subspace alteration function.

    My Enemy My Ally

  • But then came the days of starflight, the rediscovery of other species, and the First War that resulted in the setting up of the Zone.

    My Enemy My Ally

  • The modern version of what they once called ‘mutual assured destruction’… the possible loss of starflight capability to all three cultures, if things went on long enough.

    RIHANNSU #3: SWORDHUNT

  • And their technology, that most elegant and effective combination of the physical and nonphysical sciences, was already turning toward starflight.

    The Romulan Way

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