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  • Oppel's airships use a lighter-than-air gas called hydrium in place of the real-world helium, and they've been employed so effectively that no one has ever felt the need to invent the airplane.

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  • Airships, held aloft by the magically light, mango-scented hydrium gas, are the luxurious mode of travel for the über rich in Lionsgate, Paris and the world, and Matt Cruse is lucky enough to be cabin boy on the Aurora, the ship where once his father sailed on as sailmaker.

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  • Airships, held aloft by the magically light, mango-scented hydrium gas, are the luxurious mode of travel for the über rich in Lionsgate, Paris and the world, and Matt Cruse is lucky enough to be cabin boy on the Aurora, the ship where once his father sailed on as sailmaker.

    Archive 2007-04-01

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