By Arthur C. Clarke, Pierre Alien
Qu'est-il arrivé au Discovery depuis son touch avec le grand monolithe noir ? Pourquoi l'ordinateur HAL 9000 en a-t-il éliminé l'équipage ? Qu'a découvert Dave Bowman par-delà los angeles porte des étoiles ? Neuf ans plus tard, le vaisseau Alexeï Leonov emporte vers Jupiter un équipage composé de Russes et d'Américains pour donner à los angeles terre les réponses attendues. Mais leur cohabitation est difficile, d'autant que l'affection du Dr Chandra, créateur de HAL, pour son ordinateur risque de les mettre tous en chance. Et de plus, sans qu'ils le sachent, quelqu'un les surveille : l'enfant des étoiles, l'être qui voyage à travers le temps et l'espace...
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Some matching strangeness in us that may or may not have come from our being related. Still, now I had a special reason for being glad I had been able to save him. After all … after all, what would have happened to me, to my mother’s family, if I hadn’t saved him? Was that why I was here? Not only to insure the survival of one accident-prone small boy, but to insure my family’s survival, my own birth. Again, what would have happened if the boy had drowned? Would he have drowned without me? Or would his mother have saved him somehow?
It is,” I said. “You’ve got it! One of the reasons it was against the law in some states to teach slaves to read and write was that they might escape by writing themselves passes. ” I got up, went to Kevin’s ofﬁce and took a small scratch pad and a new pen from his desk and the large atlas from his bookcase. “I’m going to tear Maryland out,” I told him as I returned. “Go ahead. I wish I had a road atlas for you. ” “This one shows main highways. ” I looked closely at it, then got up again. ” asked Kevin.
Or would his mother have saved him somehow? Would his father have arrived in time to save him? It must be that one of them would have saved him somehow. His life could not depend on the actions of his unconceived descendant. No matter what I did, he would have to survive to father Hagar, or I could not exist. That made sense. But somehow, it didn’t make enough sense to give me any comfort. It didn’t make enough sense for me to test it by ignoring him if I found him in trouble again—not that I could have ignored any child in trouble.