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Evolution Evolution by Stephen Baxter
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“An ability to believe in things that weren’t true was a powerful tool.”
Stephen Baxter, Evolution
“But few birds flew nowadays. Why fly when there was nothing to flee,”
Stephen Baxter, Evolution
“death was a termination, an end of existence, and those who had gone were as meaningless as evaporated dew, their very identities lost after a generation.”
Stephen Baxter, Evolution
“But he's proceeding at his own pace. That's the beauty of this project, of course. Johnnie is autonomous. Now that he's up there, he doesn't need anything from the ground. Since he and his sons won't cost us another dime, this is actually a low-budget project.” Joan thought, Sons?”
Stephen Baxter, Evolution
“It wasn't yet a full language. It wasn't even as rich as a creole. But it was a start, and it was growing fast. And in a sense Mother had discovered, not invented, that basic sentence structure.”
Stephen Baxter, Evolution
“She was certainly schizophrenic. Perhaps she was no longer sane.”
Stephen Baxter, Evolution
“There is grandeur in this view of life . . . that . . . from so simple a beginning endless forms most beautiful and most wonderful have been, and are being, evolved.”
Stephen Baxter, Evolution