User talk:Tomligon

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I recognize you from the fusor.net forums. I'd love it if you could help with our fusor articles:

Omegatron, thanks! I've done a little light editing where there were independently published facts, but have refrained from putting much into the articles. My problem is, as a direct participant in some of the Polywell work, it would seem to violate the "original work" rule. How could my first-person accounts be checked? Comments on the discussion pages are another matter.Tomligon (talk) 02:49, 2 December 2008 (UTC)


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that scifi sequel....[edit]

on the leap of divine civilization and disappearing.... perhaps these quotes might inspire the sequel - *"Be self-sacrificing in the path of God, and wing thy flight unto the heavens of the love of the Abhá Beauty, for any movement animated by love moveth from the periphery to the centre, from space to the Day-Star of the universe. Perchance thou deemest this to be difficult, but I tell thee that such cannot be the case, for when the motivating and guiding power is the divine force of magnetism it is possible, by its aid, to traverse time and space easily and swiftly. Glory be upon the people of Bahá."

and there's a selection of some interesting quotes about life in the universe -here. Smkolins (talk) 04:56, 8 November 2008 (UTC)

Thanks! Now that "For a Little Price" is finally in print, I can actually contemplate writing the final story. I'll see if I can work that in. Hab is not particularly religious, and would be unlikely to quote something like that, but I have considered having them find a subterranian vault with information on prior civilizations. Possibly they could find a paraphrase of one of those, which Hab would instantly recognize. Tomligon (talk) 02:49, 2 December 2008 (UTC)