Sep 12, 2015
It is indeed, as ever, the AntipodeanSF Radio Show with me, Nuke. G’day and thanks for listening to the show with me today. It’s oldest name is Tsih, but American astronaut Virgil Ivan "Gus" Grissom nicknamed the star Navi after his own middle name spelled backwards. The star was used as an easily identifiable navigational reference point during space missions.
On this journey into fictional genocide, something AntiSF specialises in, you’re vulnerable to invulnerabilities, and you’re urged to watch out for the pulp cliches. They’re not easy to swallow.
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