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Related to material in Redemption Cairn
by Stanley G. and Helen Weinbaum

"Here is one of the last stories by one of the outstanding writers of science-fiction. Remember him as you read it"


I slapped her hands hard and grabbed the U-bar. I cut the underjets completely off, letting the ship fall free, then shot the full blast through the right laterals. It was damn close, I’m ready to swear, but we leveled, and I snapped on the underblast before we lost a hundred feet of altitude.
('Redemption Cairn' by Stanley G. Weinbaum)

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Can A Human Land A SpaceX Rocket On Its Tail?
   'If she starts to roll sideways — blooey! The underjets only hold you up when they’re pointing down, you know.' - Stanley G. Weinbaum, 1936.

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LORIS Passive-Gripper Climbing Robot
re: Ken MacLeod
(5/26/2024)

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re: Peter Watts
(5/24/2024)

Drug To Regenerate Teeth In Humans
re: William Gibson
(5/22/2024)

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