One hundred and fifty remaining passengers are stuck on a ship drifting through the stars far from home, propulsion and guidance hopelessly wrecked by saboteurs still amongst them. There is no salvation for them, just death when life-support systems will fail. They end up deciding to blow up the ship.
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One thought on “One hundred and fifty remaining passengers [en]”
Joli. Très actuel. Mais est-ce vraiment sans espoir?
Il y a des fous pour vouloir réparer les machines: ECCE (Espace Collaboratif vers une Constitution pour l’Economie)