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By Michael Innes

David was once mountain climbing throughout Dartmoor, happy to have escaped the oppressively juvenile and occasionally perilous habit of his fellow undergraduates. so far as he may perhaps inform, he used to be the single man or woman for miles—but it seems that he was once the single residing individual for miles. not less than that's what he presumed while he came across a useless guy on best of the tor.

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John Kenton e x cus e d hi m s elf fro m the tabl e. A fe w m i nutes later Stev e and Karl st opp e d b y for Doris Bancr oft. "You're late," sh e sc old e d. "Not m u c h," Stev e said. " He p ointed m e a nin gfully to the larg e pap er b a g o n the p or ch s win g. " "Le m o na d e. " "Le m o na d e w ill d o this ti m e," Stev e said. " "We'll n e e d a sh o v el," Doris said. " "Th er e's a sh o v el d o w n at the d o c k," Karl said. Due to its b ein g a w o r k day, b oth the sl o op and the din g hy w e r e tied to the d o c k.

A y ear or s o a g o ei g ht Argus ro c k ets s e e m e d a surplus. But then, a y ear a g o n o o n e o n this pr oje ct w o uld ha v e dr ea m e d w e'd ha v e s e v e n c o ns e cutiv e failures. Everythin g w a s w o r k e d o ut to the nth d e gr e e l on g b ef or e e v e n the first s m all part w a s m a d e. Of c ours e, y ou c an't w o r k e v erythin g o ut. Not w h e n y ou're d ealin g w ith unkn o w ns - of w hi c h ther e ar e plenty in spac e. We hardly e xp e ct ed suc c ess w ith the first o n e.

Scientists ar en't sur e y et w h eth er m et e or dust is any hazard, or e v e n w h at kinds of unkn o w n c o s m i c e n er gi es m i g ht b e e n c ounter ed. " "Sounds reas o na bl e - I gu ess," Ted Ray m o n d said, s m iling. "By c arryin g the right kind and a m o unt of el e ctr onic g e ar, the satellite w ill pick up radi o i m pulses, tele visi on w a v e s, or oth er stuff trans m itted to w ard it," Karl add e d. " "Kind of lik e s o w in g w h e at," Ted Ray m o n d said. "You tak e a s m all handful, and -" "It's a roug h c o m p aris on, I gu ess," Karl put in.

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