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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP04 Jan 2020 9:51 p.m. PST

… in deep space

"One day in the distant future, we might wake up to the news that a crew of riotous astronauts have commandeered a starship and are now blockading the solar system. Or that the admiral of USS Donald Trump the Space Force's largest cruiser has gone rogue and is now lasering satellite after telecommunications satellite out of existence. Or that the Moon Colony has declared independence. As of today, though, the most audacious act of rebellion astronauts have ever engaged in was to turn off the radio.

Shortly after inventing boats, humans invented mutinies. The spectre of rebellious crews, plank-walking, and gratuitous cruelty has been niggling navigators and military commanders ever since…"
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