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The Hate Disease

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The Hate Disease is written by Murray Leinster. The Med Service people hit strange problems as routine: if they weren't weirdos, they weren't tough enough to merit Med Service attention. Now the essence of a weird problem is that it involves a factor nobody ever thought of before.

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Scrimshaw

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Scrimshaw is written by Murray Leinster. The shack stood a hundred feet from the Big Crack's edge. It looked like a dust-heap thirty feet high, and it was. The outside was surface moondust, piled over a tiny dome to be insulation against the cold of night and shadow and the furnace heat of day.

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Piper in the Woods

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Piper in the Woods is written by Philip K. Dick. The small patrol ship made its landing with care and precision, its jets choking into final silence. The hatch slid back and Doctor Henry Harris found himself staring out at a field, a brown, sun-baked landing field. At the end of the field was a tall signal tower.

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Generals Help Themselves

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Generals Help Themselves is written by M.C. Pease. The Commander looked at the machine. "General Staff to Commander, Base Q, Urgent, Immediate Action," he read. "You are hereby advised that a protocol has been signed at Washington, D.C., with representatives of the Combine, revising the Treaty of Porran to the extent that Base Q shall be jointly administered by yourself.

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Double Take

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Double Take is written by Richard Wilson. The barn turned out to be a spaceship in disguise, and that was only the beginning. Before his strange adventure ended, young Paul Asher found himself going around in circles—very peculiar circles indeed!

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Disowned

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Disowned is written by Victor Endersby. The tragic misadventure of a man to whom the sky became an appalling abyss, drawing him ever upward.

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The Genius

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The Genius is written by Con Pederson. Sethos was a great artist, a talented man, quite possibly the most famous man of his time and world. But, alas!—there were other worlds.

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The End of Time

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The End of Time is written by Wallace West. By millions of millions the creatures of earth slow and drop when their time-sense is mysteriously paralyzed.

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Thy Rocks and Rills

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Thy Rocks and Rills is written by Robert E. Gilbert. They were out of place in the Manly Age—Stonecypher, a man who loved animals; Moe, a bull who hated men. Together, they marched to inevitably similar destinies.

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Sight Gag

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Sight Gag is written by Laurence Mark Janifer. On the way to Room 1212, he flipped on the shield, the mask, the binder field. Now let the superman try something, he thought wildly. Now let him try his tricks! He attached the blindfold as he got off the elevator. He could see Room 1212, three doors down the corridor, twenty steps--and then the blindfold was on. From now on he worked in the dark.

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