In a message dated 6/21/00 10:57:22 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
email@example.com writes: << firstname.lastname@example.org said: > One
of the few Poul Anderson novels I haven't read is ORION SHALL RISE > (1973),
one of his Maurai series. I wouldn't be surprised if...
Yep, that's what the book's about. It was nominated for the LFS Hall of
Fame award a few years ago, which is when I read it. Pretty good, too. In
this book, the northwestern section of the US has evolved from its current
reputation as eco-freaks to anti-government isolationists. When the
government starts to get uppity again and talks of reining them in, they
hatch their plan to leave. Chris --- Chris Hibbert
I understand there has been some concern over the radio activity involved in
launching the Orion space ship design from the surface of the Earth. However
has anyone done a study on that subject? Have the Engineers, as they so
often do, found a way to avoid radio activity in a launch from the surface?
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