"...a few centuries of coherent humanist thought, set against a million odd years of evolved killer ape tendency. No-one's going to give you very good odds on humanism, are they?"
There is just a brief reference in the novel, but I'm interested in solutions to the problem of how to transfer large numbers of people. I kind of like this better than slidewalks, because they offer a place to sit down.
I'd like to know, for example, just exactly how does this thing turn a corner? What happens if it rains? Okay, so the write was more interested in telling the story than in catering to my interests...
Okay, so the write was more interested in telling the story than in catering to my interests...
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