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The Gods Themselves Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 1: Against Stupidity: Chapter: 1-10 Summary

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Section 1: Against Stupidity: Chapter: 1-10 Summary

The Gods Themselves is a story of two worlds that are struggling for power and survival, although they have never met. One world, the human's world, is so consumed with the need for free energy, they are unwilling to give up their source of power, even though it may destroy all life in their Universe. The other world needs the energy pulled from the Earth's Universe because their own Sun is about to die. The scientists struggle against an unseen time clock to save their world.

Chapter six begins with Peter Lamont and Bronowski talking about the failure of Lamont's interview with Dr. Frederick Hallam. Bronowski reminds Lamont that Lamont hadn't expected to get anywhere when he went to talk to Hallam. Despite the knowledge that going to talk to Dr. Hallam, the father of the Electron Pump, went...

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