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Author:John Brunner

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Publisher: Open Road Media Sci-Fi & Fantasy

Published: 1982-12-31T16:00:00+00:00

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VI

After so long a delay that Tenthag was afraid he might lose control over Flapper, who should either have departed on a new voyage or been retamed in fresh water, Gveest emerged weary but triumphant from his laboratory to announce he had no further need of Tenthag’s presence.

“We’ve successfully established a reproducible strain of your cells,” he explained. “That will furnish us with all the data we require. You’ve performed an invaluable service, Master Courier! Permit us, in return, to re-equip your porp.”

 

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Author:John Brunner

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Open Road Media Sci-Fi & Fantasy

Published: 1982-12-31T16:00:00+00:00
VI

After so long a delay that Tenthag was afraid he might lose control over Flapper, who should either have departed on a new voyage or been retamed in fresh water, Gveest emerged weary but triumphant from his laboratory to announce he had no further need of Tenthag’s presence.

“We’ve successfully established a reproducible strain of your cells,” he explained. “That will furnish us with all the data we require. You’ve performed an invaluable service, Master Courier! Permit us, in return, to re-equip your porp.”

“Thank you, but I’m content with the growths that she already bears,” was Tenthag’s stiff reply. “Besides …”

He hesitated, not wanting to be tactless to this elderly scholar who was, after all, an uncontested genius and on the verge of a breakthrough which might benefit the whole planet.

Might …

It was pointless, though, trying to elude Gveest’s weather-sense. Dryly he said, “You’re concerned about the probable success of my work. Pletrow told me. That’s why I’m disappointed that you won’t let me refit your porp. Now we shall have to signal the People of the Sea and let them spread the first stage of our techniques.”

“I—I seem to have misunderstood something,” said Tenthag slowly.

“So you do, and I’m surprised.” Gveest turned to pad up and down along the stretch of beach where they had met, glancing now and then towards Flapper, fretful at her long confinement in the shallows. “I know as well as anybody that, unless we vastly increase our food resources first, doubling or trebling the rate of budding could lead to dreadful consequences. But we’re not the only people who’ve been working on this problem, you realize. There are outstanding scientists among the People of the Sea, just to begin with, who may be more anxious than we are for personal glorification because their traditional role has been undermined by couriers.”

Tenthag clenched his mantle as the implications struck him.

“You want to start by publishing your methods of improving crops,” he suggested at length.

“Naturally. But the People of the Sea don’t keep farms, do they—save on certain islands that they use as temporary bases when the weather’s bad? Besides, we land-livers far outnumber them now.”

“Is that true? I had the impression—”

“Oh, yes. We’ve confirmed it over and over. Harvesting what they’re used to thinking of as the inexhaustible resources of the sea, they grew very numerous indeed so long as they were benefiting from the interbreeding that followed the Great Thaw. But little by little their population has dwindled, too. Had it not, would there have been a chance to set up the Couriers’ Guild, or a need to do so?”

“I’ve heard that they no longer recruit as many junqs and briqs as formerly,” Tenthag admitted.

“They aren’t there. Those are life-forms almost as advanced as we ourselves, and subject to the same worldwide problem. What we must do is publish news of what we now know how to do to mounts and draftimals—because improved transport will be imperative—and also to the creatures which our ancestors once used as food.

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