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By what occult power are we to recognize that his "objective evaluations" in the scientific journals are actually not magnificent infallibilities but fortunate conclusions of persistently prusued hunches, exhaustively explored intuitions, and unexpected observations?

Apparently a disastrous war had broken out on Mars devastating the planet to such an extent that life was no longer possible on its surface... Their new planet is called Siton and is now a thriving part of the Confederation.

He said,"Valdar has asked me to contact you and tell you of the destruction of the red Planet, Mars.

It was intended that Zyloo, who himself happens to be a descendent of the ancient Martian race, should give you the story.

Even in ancient times Mars was called the'god of war' and rightly so for it was indeed a warlike planet.

Its present desolate appearance is the result of nuclear warfare which brought life on the surface to an end.

Settlements, and later cities, were built below the surface and power was generated to illuminate the underground cities. "A" Base is, according to my records here, 72 kilometers from your position there.The Martian, or Sitonian, civilization which survived and which prospersstill conjures up memories of a tragic past. We are happy that you at 'Q' Base relayed my message to 'A' Base.They have realized the importance of living in peace. Trading is by barter, as they are now part of the large Confederation. It saved the lives of all these students, my personnel and myself. Other 'Q' Bases were alerted but they were unable to help. At the first all was we began to run out of power, the large craft control system failed and we began to tumble in space. And if the words in which we read the scientist;s own unfolding story of his science are all cold and calculated, empty of foible or failing, above even mention of mistake, how are we to divine that in the vast majority of moments when he is not writing, the scientist is a genial, sensible, rather humble man?By what occult power are we to recognize that his "objective evaluations" in the scientific journals are actually not magnificent infallibilities but fortunate conclusions of persistently prusued hunches, exhaustively explored intuitions, and unexpected observations? And if the words in which we read the scientist;s own unfolding story of his science are all cold and calculated, empty of foible or failing, above even mention of mistake, how are we to divine that in the vast majority of moments when he is not writing, the scientist is a genial, sensible, rather humble man?

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