Peter Konklin shares his perspective:
Twelve years ago the government stole my Mars division after a small, unfortunate accident. That now-independent company, MarsVantage, is striving to prosper.
And it’s mine, regardless of what the government thinks or what the incorporation papers say.
Back then, I couldn’t stop the government, moved by the public outcry over the accident, to split MarsVantage away from my company. Now, I’m going to get them back. I paid a lot of money for representatives and senators, and I’m going to get a return on that investment.
Whatever scheme Chuck and MarsVantage have concocted–hiring an archaeologist, on Mars–I’ll ensure nothing comes from it.
By whatever means necessary.
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I’m an author living in northern Virginia with a wife and a cat. In the late ’80s, I worked on the International Space Station project. I recently retired from managing a group of software engineers to focus on writing science fiction and speculative fiction. Learn more.