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    Sorry to hear that. Take care of your loved one. But don't forget, now and then, to have a little care for yourself as well....
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    Lately I've been stumbling across a lot of books with really bad orbital mechanics -- the spaceplane that leaves the Earth's atmosphere and minutes later docks with a station at L5, asteroid bases trailing a few million miles behind the...
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    Not really a comic (although technically there are comics in it) but as long as you've mentioned XKCD, be sure to also check out Munroe's What If pages of science questions, many of which explore areas that are really more...
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    Well, let's just crowdsource your title problem. I'll throw these out there to start: Merchant Princes: A New Beginning Merchant Princes: The Final Chapter Merchant Princes: This Time It's Personal Merchant Princes: The Undiscovered Country Merchant Princes: The Phantom Menace...
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    I signed into the damned comments system just so I could tell you how awesome this was. I read Deception Well and Vast back to back, and they just made me gape in wonder. I don't know why she hasn't...
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