By Michael McCollum
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It made sense. Weren't people at home always disappearing mysteriously? Why not Mother Nature's own version of a transtemporal shuttle? It was certainly more believable than a billion cases of convergent evolution, "Sounds like a good subject for a doctoral thesis," I said. "It has been—thousands of times. One branch of biology studies nothing else. You can trace a timeline's history by looking at the relationship of its living things to the universes around it. The longer two lines are in contact, the more alike their evolutionary histories.
Haret and I had had our aircar shot down back on Salfa Prime by a weapon designed to burn out shuttle lift-and-drive engines. We could never burn out an operating drive, but if we could catch a shuttle on the ground we might be able to interfere with its generators enough to keep it there. And as long as it was grounded, a shuttle could not effectively use the heavy weapons that it carried. Building a disrupter should be easy with the spare parts Dal had brought back from the wreck. What I couldn't figure out was how he expected such a crude, short-range device to do any good.
The… invaders… Lord. They were watching… Wrof and Birst stumbled on them… Wrof is dead. Birst won't see the sunset. " I asked, trying to keep the panic from my voice. The guard looked at me, dubious. Ryfik ordered him to answer. " "Aircar," I muttered to myself in English. " "I don't think so," a voice behind me said in Temporal Basic. Dal stood in the open hatchway of the escape module. " Ryfik asked. I told him and then turned back to Dal. "If they found the wreckage, they must have found our camp and concluded that the locals had captured us.
A Greater Infinity by Michael McCollum