Battlecruisers by John Roberts

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He showed the way to a small forest glade, a clearing made by a fallen giant tree and not yet grown in. The massive trunk, eight feet thick, lay rotting on the ground. " she exclaimed, amazed. "Thought you'd be surprised. " Tamme's mind was racing. There was no way that such a device could be here-except as a relic of human visitation. Agent visitation, for this was an agent model, similar to hers. But not identical-not quite. "Some alternate-world agent has passed this way," she said. "And not long ago.

They needed differing amounts of these aspects of matter in differing forms and combinations. But it was in the end comprehensible, for their ultimate requirement was energy, and OX needed energy, too. They drew it from matter; he drew it from elements. Energy was the common requirement for survival. Could the spots' method of processing it be adapted to OX's need? YES. For when OX acted to promote the welfare of the spots, his elements became stronger. He had ascertained that before the machine attacked.

I was able to read the bodily signs on that baby. It was thirsty. " "Odd that it should be in a nest," Cal remarked. "I recognized it somehow," Aquilon said. "I don't know who it was, but it was somebody. " Cal was surprised beyond what he should have been. Tamme would have liked to question him about that, but this was not the occasion. Why should a conjecture about his infancy make him react? But Aquilon was right: There was a certain resemblance to Cal-and to Aquilon herself. Had the alien intelligence drawn somehow from human memories to formulate a composite infant?

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