History Literature / PandorasStar

16th Sep '16 1:17:41 PM CaiusCaligula
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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Not only with [[spoiler: Dudley Bose, who unleashes a homicidal alien intelligence,]] but also with [[spoiler: Bradley Johanssen,]] who might have been able to warn people if he hadn't been busy blowing them up.
27th Jan '16 3:41:18 PM Theriocephalus
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* [[OrphansPlotTrinket Orphan's Plot Trinket]]: The Silfen Friendship pendant given to Orion by his parents. Helps him and Ozzie out on the Silfen paths a few times by pointing them in the right direction.

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* [[OrphansPlotTrinket Orphan's Plot Trinket]]: OrphansPlotTrinket: The Silfen Friendship pendant given to Orion by his parents. Helps him and Ozzie out on the Silfen paths a few times by pointing them in the right direction.



* [[spoiler:[[SealedEvilInACan Sealed Evil In a Dyson Forcefield]]]]: The Primes.

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* [[spoiler:[[SealedEvilInACan Sealed Evil In a Dyson Forcefield]]]]: SealedEvilInACan: [[spoiler: The Primes.]]
21st Aug '15 3:36:04 AM Morgenthaler
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''Pandora's Star ''is a 2004 novel, written by Creator/PeterFHamilton. It is the first book in the CommonwealthSaga with its sequel, ''Literature/JudasUnchained''.

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''Pandora's Star ''is a 2004 novel, written by Creator/PeterFHamilton. It is the first book in the CommonwealthSaga Literature/CommonwealthSaga with its sequel, ''Literature/JudasUnchained''.
3rd Feb '15 5:18:51 PM einsteiner
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* Bumbling astronomer Dudley Bose observes an entire double-star system (Dyson Alpha and Beta) blink out of existence for no apparent reason, indicating a sort of instant-Dyson-sphere may have been erected.

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* Bumbling astronomer Dudley Bose observes an entire double-star star system (Dyson (one of two that have shared the same fate, Dyson Alpha and Beta) blink out of existence for no apparent reason, indicating a sort of instant-Dyson-sphere may have been erected.
5th Jan '15 12:22:58 PM nombretomado
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''Pandora's Star ''is a 2004 novel, written by [[PeterFHamilton Peter F. Hamilton]]. It is the first book in the CommonwealthSaga with its sequel, ''Literature/JudasUnchained''.

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''Pandora's Star ''is a 2004 novel, written by [[PeterFHamilton Peter F. Hamilton]].Creator/PeterFHamilton. It is the first book in the CommonwealthSaga with its sequel, ''Literature/JudasUnchained''.
26th Aug '13 1:20:04 PM Dirka
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* InsistentTerminology: It's a continuous wormhole generator, ''not'' a hyperdrive.

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* InsistentTerminology: It's a continuous progressive wormhole generator, ''not'' a hyperdrive.
26th Aug '13 6:57:01 AM Dirka
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* InsistentTerminology: It's a flow wormhole generator, ''not'' a hyperdrive.

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* InsistentTerminology: It's a flow continuous wormhole generator, ''not'' a hyperdrive.
26th Aug '13 6:50:23 AM Dirka
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* AliensSpeakingEnglish: Averted. [=MorningLightMountain=] is able to communicate with Dudley Bose only because [[spoiler: it places his brain into another immotile; even such, its thoughts appear disjointed and alien]].

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* AliensSpeakingEnglish: Averted. [=MorningLightMountain=] is able to communicate with Dudley Bose only because [[spoiler: it places his brain memories into another immotile; even such, its thoughts appear disjointed and alien]].
26th Aug '13 6:49:34 AM Dirka
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* BoldExplorer: In the prologue, Earth sends a manned spaceship to Mars whose crew is extremely irritated to discover that, while they were hoofing it, a couple of garage tinkerers in Los Angeles discovered how to create stable wormholes and beat them there. Fast forward five hundred years or so, and the normally wormhole-dependent Commonwealth builds an FTL-capable exploration starship named the ''Another Chance'', captained by the leader of the Mars expedition. (Immortality therapy was involved.)

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* BoldExplorer: In the prologue, Earth sends a manned spaceship to Mars whose crew is extremely irritated to discover that, while they were hoofing it, a couple of garage tinkerers in Los Angeles discovered how to create stable wormholes and beat them there. Fast forward five hundred years or so, and the normally wormhole-dependent Commonwealth builds an FTL-capable exploration starship named the ''Another ''Second Chance'', captained by the leader pilot of the Mars expedition. (Immortality therapy was involved.)
5th Apr '13 1:28:45 PM LordInsane
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** Though one short internal comment suggests Nigel at least partly regrets doing it like that.
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