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Rocket An Ell Donsaii Story 4

Author : Laurence Dahners
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"Rocket!" is the fourth in a series of near future SciFi/Thrillers whose young heroine Ell Donsaii has a nerve mutation that makes her a genius and an athletic phenomenon. In "Rocket!" she works out the enormous potential of the wormholes she discovered in "Lieutenant." Though they only provide small openings through space, the wormholes could prove to be a tremendous boon to humankind. Excerpt: Excitedly Ell started picking up the components and laying them on the surface of the big table. The happy babble around her quieted as one by one the team members turned to watch her lay out a number of metal tubes. She heard them speculating, What is it All those tubes. Some kind of plumbing project Ell laid a pointed cap at the left end and a conical device at the other, ?A rocket someone asked. Ell grinned up at them, ?Yep, a rocket.? Ben said, ?Why a rocket? I thought we were going to replace rockets with instantaneous transfer of materials through port/wormholes to satellites and to the space station Ell smiled even more broadly. ?Well, first we have to get our ports up to orbit where we want to transfer those materials, right? And before you say we can just send them up on the rockets that already go up there, think about why those rockets are so huge She looked around the group. ?Right? Because they have to carry so much fuel! For the first part of the mission they are mostly just launching fuel for the next part of the mission. It's horribly inefficient!? The group stared at her as they pondered her words. Fred scratched his head, ?Are you thinking this little rocket, ? he waved at the parts on the table, ?because we can port it fuel, could make it all the way up to orbit Ell waggled her eyebrows, ?All the way to the space station!? Eyes widened around the group, someone said, ?Then we could ?port? them supplies!? Ell said, ?Yeah! So, full speed ahead! I think we should bust our asses trying to prepare a rocket that can get to the Station and deliver ports for us to supply the astronauts with. If the Chinese fail their resupply mission to the Station we need to be ready! I?m sure you guys know that if the Chinese fail to deliver supplies, the folks on the station are going to be in some very serious trouble. All their other backups have already failed. As Epaulding said, ?they are in the midst of the perfect storm of problems.

Habitats An Ell Donsaii Story 7

Author : Laurence Dahners
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"Habitats" is the seventh in a series of near future SciFi/Thrillers whose young heroine Ell Donsaii has a nerve mutation which has made her a genius as well as an athletic phenomenon. In "Habitats," she is continuing to find uses for the quantum entangled wormholes that she discovered. These wormholes aren't big enough to send people through, yet they are making huge changes in our world. After a friend lost his hand, Ell finds a way to use ports to build better prostheses for amputees! However, there are terrorists wanting to use ports to cause destruction and the military arms of some countries covet them as well. Ell must try to prevent such people from obtaining the technology and using it for harm. Meanwhile, her small company is trying to build a habitat in space and one of her rockets has discovered a mind boggling habitat at Sigma Draconis.

Tau Ceti An Ell Donsaii Story 6

Author : Laurence Dahners
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"Tau Ceti" is the sixth in a series of near future SciFi/Thrillers whose young heroine Ell Donsaii has a nerve mutation which has made her a genius and an athletic phenomenon. In "Tau Ceti," she is continuing to find uses for the quantum entangled wormholes that she has discovered. These wormholes aren't big enough to send people through, yet they are making huge changes in our world. Ell used one to send a small rocket to the third planet of Tau Ceti where it sends back images of intelligent but primitive winged beings that can fly! While observing and occasionally trying to help a pair of these aliens, Ell continues to deal with the issues resulting from her fame as an athlete, a scientist, and as a beautiful woman. This makes her suspicious every relationship. Having a boyfriend is hard when he may just want you for who everyone else thinks you are.

Comet An Ell Donsaii Story 5

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"Comet!" is the fifth in a series of near future SciFi/Thrillers whose young heroine Ell Donsaii has a nerve mutation which has rendered her a genius and an athletic phenomenon. In "Comet!" she and her team begin exploring outer space using the wormholes she produced in "Rocket." Unfortunately Comet Hearth-Daster is on a trajectory to strike the Earth. Though it is smaller than the object that wiped out the dinosaurs, it still weighs 300 million metric tons and if it hits it will wipe out civilization and may render the human race extinct. Excerpt: Walking to the machine shop to talk to Manuel, Ell passed behind Brian and Fred walking across the room. A shock went through her. Brian had a pistol in his hand! Horrifying images of a disgruntled employee gone wild and shooting people flashed through Ell's mind. She felt herself slipping into the zone. Heart throbbing slowly in her ears she slid up behind Brian and, grasping his index finger with her right hand, plucked the gun from his hand with her left. As she did so she was somewhat relieved to note that his finger had been outside the trigger guard and, as she brought the Smith and Wesson toward herself, to see that the safety was on. "What the hell!?" Brian shouted as, to him, the gun was ripped out of his grip. He turned wildly to see Ell holding it, eyes laser focused on him. The look on her face, usually so friendly, was deadly fierce. In somewhat of a panic he remembered that-at the Olympics several years ago-this girl had taken a weapon away from one of a group of seven hardened terrorists and shot them all! The popular descriptions he had heard of the episode and about her shooting had been hard to countenance at the time, but now he felt his heart thumping wildly in his chest. Without difficulty, she had ripped the gun out of his hand so quickly that his fingers were stinging. He suddenly had no doubt whatsoever that she could kill him before he could even begin to stop her. His hands slowly went up in surrender. "What?" Fred found himself stepping away from Brian, more frightened by the unfamiliar and terrifyingly intense young woman in front of him than he would have dreamed possible. Quietly Ell said, biting the words off one at a time so that her speech would be slow enough to understand, "Why, do, you, have, a, gun?" Brian waved his hands placatingly, "We're worried about another terrorist application of the rings... That's all... Really!" Ell aggressively tamped down her zone. She narrowed her eyes. "What?" "We've been brainstorming things terrorists might do with ports. We got to supposing, 'what if a terrorist carried a port onto a plane.' He could point the port at someone and have his buddy terrorist back home shoot them through the port!" Ell said, "Wouldn't work" her voice grating like a steel rasp. Her eyes narrowed, "Why do you have a gun here?" Fred said, "We were going to try it and find out." "Oh my God! Where?!" "In the dangerous reaction room where we tested the rocket motors." "OK, I'll grant you it should be tested, but not with a gun! The math predicts that as the velocity of an object entering a port increases, the energy drawn to keep the portal open increases. At first it should increase so slowly that you hardly notice it but it increases exponentially starting at about..." she looked up at the ceiling, "at twenty two meters per second it should begin to get noticeable." She looked up again, "At around thirty meters per second a graph of it should be climbing very steeply and at around thirty one meters per second it should approach infinity." Fred got a glassy look, "Thirty meters per second..." Ell said, "Sixty seven miles an hour. Starts climbing at forty nine mph and is infinite around sixty nine mph. A pitcher throws a baseball faster. A bullet would hit the port and turn the port and itself into shrapnel. Test it if you want, but don't have anyone in the room, set it up mechanically.

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