"Surface Tension" is a science fiction short story by American writer James Blish, originally published in the August of Galaxy Science Fiction. As collected. Start by marking “Surface Tension” as Want to Read: In this acclaimed short story, a human colonization ship crash lands on a distant planet where the only landmass is completely covered in shallow puddles of water. The planet is uninhabitable to humans, so the crew must. 11 Jan - 26 min - Uploaded by NewThinkable Scientists discover the sun will explode in two weeks. The nations of the world unite to decide.
James Blish () saw his novelette "Surface Tension" published in the August issue of Galaxy. It has been reprinted dozens of. Book 3 Surface Tension Prologue Dr. Chatvieux took a long time over the microscope, leaving la Ventura with nothing to do but look at the dead landscape of. Surface Tension (short story) "Surface Tension" is a science fiction short story by American writer James Blish, originally published in the August of Galaxy.
Quote from short story titled Surface Tension by James Blish Fantastic concept. Great start. But much of the story came across as yet another. All about Surface Tension by James Blish. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers. 'Surface Tension' by James Blish. with 4 comments. I've read this before, right? Or have I just read Stephen Baxter's version? He did one, right?. Production Manager. J. De MARIO. Advertising Manager. JOHN ANDERSON. NOVELETS. SURFACE TENSION by James Blish. YESTERDAY HOUSE.