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June 29, 2019


I'm reading a sci-fi book that uses photons, or neutrinos to drive sails for their air ships. The bad thing about using a Kindle, instead of a real book, is that it is difficult to turn back xx amount of pages to check on what exactly they explained. Of course since that stuff goes way over my head, I'm really fuzzy as to which (or maybe both?) are presented in the book.

I don't often read true sci-fi, preferring fantasy, so it is an amazing coincidence that I am reading something that features a scientific postulation that you are posting about.

Bogie--Although you have noted similarities between us, our reading sets us apart. I don't care for fantasy, at all. I leave it to fantastic people like you to read it ; )

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