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Singularity Station

Singularity Station

(1973)
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Robotic minds made interstellar travel possible, but human minds still controlled the destination and purpose of such flight. Conflict develops only when a programmed brain cannot evaluate beyond what is visible and substantial, whereas the human mind is capable of infinite imagination - including that which is unreal.

Such was the problem at the singularity in space in which the ALTAIR STAR and a hundred other vessels had come to grief. At that spot, natural laws seem subverted - and some other universe's rules impinged.

For Buchanan, the station meant a chance to observe and maybe rescue his lost vessel. For the robotic navigators of oncoming spaceships, the meaning was different. And at Singularity Station the only inevitable was conflict.

 
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Hardback Editions

October 1974 : UK Hardback
Title: Singularity Station
Author(s): Brian Ball
ISBN: 0-283-98176-8 / 978-0-283-98176-0 (UK edition)
Publisher: Sidgwick & Jackson Ltd
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Paperback Editions

December 1973 : USA Mass Market Paperback
Title: Singularity Station (Daw UQ1088)
Author(s): Brian N Ball
ISBN: 0-87997-088-X / 978-0-87997-088-8 (USA edition)
Publisher: DAW
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Kindle Editions

June 2015 : USA, Canada Kindle edition
Title: Singularity Station
Author(s): Brian Ball
Publisher: Gateway
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June 2015 : UK Kindle edition
Title: Singularity Station
Author(s): Brian Ball
Publisher: Gateway
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