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by Colin Kapp
Author: Colin Kapp
Publisher: Del Rey; 1st edition (July 12, 1977)
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The Chaos Weapon? Asbeel asked. At this moment the Chaos Weapon is straining to hold off some great natural disaster
The Chaos Weapon? Asbeel asked. At this moment the Chaos Weapon is straining to hold off some great natural disaster. As he spoke, Jequn’s eyes were scanning the profiles of the surrounding rocks, reading how the stress in the continuum was warping the path of the light reflected from the rocks. Farther back and high above, potential avalanches hung poised in a kind of stasis.
No farther than Neanderthal, which was an evolutionary dead end, like so many of its variants. particularly fitted them for dominance. No, Marshal, it was our intervention which first gave them intelligence and then a culture. This was the impetus which took them out of the trees and caves and into space. You’re also one of the Ra?. We five, and Saraya, and a few others also
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The Chaos Weapon book. Colin Derek Ivor Kapp was a popular UK science fiction author, but one who never became a success in the USA. He was active, though not prolific, as an author in the 1960s through to the 1980s. He is best known for his "Unorthodox Engineers" stories, which recount an eccentric group of engineers, who accomplish impossible feats of engineering against all odds. Pen names: Colin Papp, Colin Capp. Other books in the series. Mor. rivia About The Chaos Weapon.
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by Colin Kapp (Author) Born in 1928, Colin Kapp was both a British SF author and a worker in. .I have gone through several paperback copies of this book. It's one I have reread every couple of years
by Colin Kapp (Author). Born in 1928, Colin Kapp was both a British SF author and a worker in electronics, later becoming a freelance consultant in electroplating. His writing career began with the publication of 'Life Plan' in New Worlds in November 1958. It's one I have reread every couple of years. May seem old fashioned SciFi to some but the implications behind the Chaos are fascinating. Glad it finally came out for Kindle.
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Derek Ivor Colin Kapp (3 April 1928 – 3 August 2007), Known as Colin Kapp, was a British science fiction author best known for his stories about the Unorthodox Engineers. The Chaos Weapon (1977). As an electronic engineer, he began his career with Mullard Electronics then specialised in electroplating techniques, eventually becoming a freelance consultant engineer.