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Settlements, and later cities, were built below the surface and power was generated to illuminate the underground cities. "A" Base is, according to my records here, 72 kilometers from your position there.
But he is at present on a mission which has taken him away.
But I have been given all the facts as recorded in the memory banks or archives on Grandor.
I gave them a lecture about Earthmen, and I told them of Edwin and all of you at 'Q' Base.
The Confederation earnestly asks you to change your ways and live in peace. We are just waiting for the turbulence to subside sufficiently to give us a good chance to leave.
But on the evening of the 27th, we at "Q" Base were not aware that anything was amiss and we expected a routine transmission. Emergency escape compartments will then take the students and personnel to the surface with cables.
After Edwin was put into a receiving condition, instead of hearing Valdar or one of the others, we heard, to our astonishment, words in a strange language After a few minutes, we heard Eeso say, "Speaking.. Then 'Q'constant struggle for power with war and bloodshed taking place in many areas of this jewel of a planet... For the students it has been a most valuable experience...
And if the words in which we read the scientist;s own unfolding story of his science are all cold and calculated, empty of foible or failing, above even mention of mistake, how are we to divine that in the vast majority of moments when he is not writing, the scientist is a genial, sensible, rather humble man?
By what occult power are we to recognize that his "objective evaluations" in the scientific journals are actually not magnificent infallibilities but fortunate conclusions of persistently prusued hunches, exhaustively explored intuitions, and unexpected observations? And if the words in which we read the scientist;s own unfolding story of his science are all cold and calculated, empty of foible or failing, above even mention of mistake, how are we to divine that in the vast majority of moments when he is not writing, the scientist is a genial, sensible, rather humble man?