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Furious Gulf - Part 5, Chapter 7 Passing Currents Summary & Analysis

Gregory Benford
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Part 5, Chapter 7 Passing Currents Summary

Afterwards, Toby understands some of what happened. Life in the esty changes beyond the simple forces of evolution. Life in the Lanes is shifting, with many different types of defense in communication with one another. In this way, esty life mimics the mechs.

Toby carves a hole in the timestone to let whatever the force was, get out. Searing pain spreads through his body. Afterwards, he lays quietly contemplating the mechs. The beautiful and awful thing about the higher forms of mechs is their detachment. Toby is not sure if this is truly an advance or not, but the mechs are not emotionally involved in events. Toby realizes that he left the ship because Killeen made it hard for him to be himself. The Mantis also wants to rob Toby of his self.

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