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By Stephen Baxter

It's the 12 months 2030. The oceans have risen swiftly, and shortly the total planet may be submerged. however the discovery of one other life-sustaining planet gentle years away provides those that stay alive wish. just a couple of might be capable of make the journey-Holle Groundwater is among the applicants. If she makes the minimize, she's going to reside. If now not, she is going to be left to stand a watery death...

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About an hour before dawn I woke. 38 SAMUEL R. DELANY I pulled my head from Easy's armpit (and Nativia's bald head moved immediately to take its place) and stood up in the starry dark. Litde Jon's head gleamed at my feet. So did my blade. He was using it for a pillow. I slipped it gently from under his cheek. He snorted, scratched himself, was still. I started back through the trees in the direction of the kage. Once I looked up at the branches, at the wires that ran from the power-shack to the fence.

You don't know what they did to them when I was a boy, young Lo man. You never saw them dragged back from the jungle when a few did manage to survive. You didn't see the The Einstein Intersection *5 barbaric way complete norms acted, their reason shattered bloody by fear. Many people we call Lo and La today would not have been allowed to live had they been born fifty years ago. " Yes, they were people. But this is not the first time I had wondered what it feels like to keep such people—Le Dorik?

The beast roared again. I pushed the crossbow farther up my arm and settled my machete handle at my hip. If you're going to do something stupid—and we all do—it might as well be a brave and foolish thing. I clapped Lo Hawk's shoulder and started for the pit. On this side the break was sharp and the drop deep. I went around to the sagging side, where there were natural ledges of root, earth, and masonry. I circled the chasm and scrambled down. Sun struck the wall across from me, glistening with moss.

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