Saturday December 28, 2013
Book 14: Broken Wind — Part III: Exhalation and Exit Strategies


NARRATOR: Bristlecone, Cargo Bay...

HENRI: I like these new scans.  Whatever cut down the godwall a few million years ago only damaged racks of raw materials.  The racks of remains weren't disturbed.

When the opening was patched, the patch protected the remains from the weather.

TREVOR: That does lend more weight to Tagon's "avoiding collateral damage" hypothesis.

KEVYN: Don't say "hypothesis."

TREVOR: Why not?

KEVYN: Hypotheses are refined by disproving them, and we disprove this one by getting blown out of the sky.