diumenge, 20 d’abril de 2014

ECOLOGIC SCIENCE FICTION - BEDLAM PLANET 1968 BY JOHN BRUNNER - ADAPTAÇÃO DO HOMEM À ECOLOGIA TERRESTRE SERÁ POSSÍVEL ? À EXTRATERRESTRE É AINDA MAIS DUVIDOSO - ADAPTAÇÃO A UM PLANETA ONDE A VIDA NATIVA É ESCASSA - NIGHT WALK ADAPTAÇÃO DO HOMEM A UM PLANETA ONDE A VIDA HUMANA ABUNDA A BUNDA A BUNDA JÃBASKUS

Everything about the planet revolving about Sigma Draconis seemed to indicate that here was a world that could be made into a second Earth. 
It was fertile and lacked native inhabitants and dangerous beasts. 

Then what was troubling the pioneer colony that had landed and set up shop there? 

Was it really possible just to create a new Earth on any vacant world waiting a landing?

 Or was there a lot more to planetary ecologies than humanity realized?



Night Walk- EIGHTY THOUSAND PORTALS 

WERE BETWEEN HERE AND EARTH 

MILLIONS OF LIGHT YEARS 

CURTAINS OF STAR SYSTEMS ....RAILER RIFLE'S COMO A CASCÁVEL CAÇAM PELO CALOR 

SLINKER - THE SKIN HARDNED LIKE KNIFE EDGES CORTA ATRAVÉS DE TODO O TECIDO VIVO E INJECTA EGGS NO HOSPEDEIRO

by BOB SHAW
Mrs. Norbury was the first person in Frazer Mills to be visited by The Prowler. Her door had opened slightly and then shut quickly. But when she went to investigate, no one was there. Then something similar happened to Miss Bluett, the town's librarian.

The prowler's third visit was to Garston Yates, a young man who had just arrived in Frazer Mills. And with the fourth visit, the prowler became a murderer...

He made only one mistake -- but how was he to know that Yates was a friend of Henry Gamadge, that urbane and inimitable sleuth? How could he know about Gamadge's uncanny knack of making people give away their inmost secrets? -- Secrets that meant death..

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