A Breederax for Dalia

Grady, Janett L.
July 2009
Nature;7/2/2009, Vol. 460 Issue 7251, p140
Academic Journal
The article presents a story about Dalia, who is a pilot of a spaceship in the future. It states that Dalia thought that what had happened was just a dream, but as she opened her eyes, she saw Odok lying on the floor. It cites that Dalia killed Odok by smashing an empty bottle of wine on his head. It notes that Dalia is requesting for her replacement, wherein she chose to land the ship in Klaustron, because she thought that Klaustrons can provide a replacement.


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