Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Samizdata Quote of the day

I have no shame - jacking (with attribution) another blogs' content

"It had always bothered him to see waste; to see Gas Giant atmospheres not mined for their wealth in hydrogen; to see energy from stars spill into the void, without a Dyson Sphere to catch and use it; to see iron and copper and silicates scattered in a hundred million pebbles and asteroids, instead of a smelter or nanoassembly vat."

The Golden Age, by John C. Wright, page 261.

I did however, correctly blockquote it.

What can I say? It's good. If you want originality see Harrell.
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