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By Ian Douglas
The ultimate conflict
Chaos has erupted during the recognized galaxy, threatening numerous colonies and orbital habitats—as the Associative struggles vainly to maintain the peace. severe measures are referred to as for in those occasions of dire hindrance, and the superstar Marines are woke up from their voluntary 850-year cybe-hibe sleep. yet common Trevor Garroway and his warriors are approximately to find that the previous principles of engagement have greatly replaced . . .
The finish starts off with an old-style attack on rebels on the Tarantula Stargate. yet precise terror looms on the edges of identified truth. Humankind's everlasting enemy—the brutal, unstoppable Xul—approaches, wielding a weapon immense past imagining. without notice not just is the longer term in jeopardy, however the prior is as well—and if the Marines fail to get rid of their relentless xenophobic foe as soon as and for all, the nice Annihilator will obliterate each final hint of human existence.
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And finally we did come across different civilizations. yet it sounds as if the Xul were soaring over the full Galaxy for…I don’t comprehend. 1000000 years? ” “We imagine no less than ten million, normal. ” “Okay, ten million years. So the Xul are sitting in the market of their community nodes, simply listening. whilst a radio sign suggestive of technic lifestyles is available in, they might hint it again to the resource and smack the planet with a high-velocity asteroid. “You humans may be extra up in this stuff than me. yet we all know a type of Galactic Federation of beings we referred to as the ‘Builders’ or the ‘Ancients’ have been genegineering Homo sapiens and terraforming Mars part one million years in the past, and had equipped planetwide towns on Chiron and several extrasolar worlds. alongside got here the Xul and—” Garroway slapped the again of his hand, as if swatting a mosquito. “The developers have been burnt up. Then approximately 10000 years in the past, an enterprising interstellar empire had enslaved a lot of humankind and set themselves up because the gods of historical Sumeria. alongside got here the Xul and—” He slapped his hand back. “And it seems that the Xul were doing this for many in their historical past, and throughout many of the Galaxy. Now inform me how they can do this and never be waging struggle opposed to us and each different emergent technological civilization within the Galaxy. ” “When you hit your hand simply now, General…like you have been swatting a fly? ” “Yes. ” “When you swat a fly, are you at conflict with it? ” Garroway considered this. “Oh. You’re announcing they’re so advanced—” “Not really,” she instructed him. “They might’ve been round for ten million years, however the Xul haven’t complicated technologically at something like our velocity. in truth, they’re really no longer that some distance sooner than us in such a lot respects this day. We’ve all started importing personalities into pcs ourselves, were you aware? ” He scanned quick via many of the ancient info he’d simply downloaded. “Ah…I do now. ” His eyebrows arched in shock. “Shit! people who continue to exist the internet. You’ve given them a species identify in their personal? ” “Homo telae,” she stated, nodding. “‘Man of the Web,’ which for this reason capacity the digital net of the Galactic internet. truly, we realized the best way to add minds in part from the Xul, inferring elements of the method from what we knew approximately their expertise, and doing a little opposite engineering from captured hunterships. as a minimum, we will be able to development somebody now and add her to a digital digital international. Her physique can die, however the brain, the character, every thing that made her her is stored, and lives on. ” “If you name that living,” Garroway stated. “So some distance because the uploaded people are involved, they’re alive,” she advised him. virtually, he requested her if the uploaded character rather was once similar to the residing brain. As he observed it, the unique brain died with the physique; what used to be stored was once a back-up, a duplicate that, with a whole set of stories, may imagine it was once the original…but if that was once immortality, it was once an immortality that didn't the least bit support the unique, body-bound brain.