The Troad is a fine field for conjecture and snipe-shooting, and a good scholar may exercise their feet and faculties to great advantage upon the spot
It is a prototype for a converter of potato to biofuel, subsidised by Cheney. Only to be used in a dire emergency because of the risk of causing the Great Western Potato Famine.
No, although they are probably working on that one *right now*. Clue 2: It is right next to the first ever nuclear reactor connected to a town's power supply...
"It is right next to the first ever nuclear reactor connected to a town's power supply..."Dang! I was going to guess something related to natural gas. Is it a shoggoth containment facility?
Nope. Think....Nukyuler aircraft! http://tinyurl.com/499sg6
You are AWESOME! "Once, when Roger was a young boy, his father took him to an open day at Nellis AFB, out in the California desert. Sunlight glared brilliantly from the polished silverplate flanks of the big bombers, sitting in their concrete-lined dispersal bays behind barriers and blinking radiation monitors. The brightly coloured streamers flying from their pitot tubes lent them a strange, almost festive appearance. But they were sleeping nightmares: once awakened, nobody -- except the flight crew -- could come within a mile of the nuclear-powered bombers and live."The important item to note -- " photograph of a mangled piece of rock, visual echoes of the opabina -- "is the tooth marks. We find them also -- their exact cognates -- on the ring segments of the Z-series specimens returned by the Pabodie Antarctic expedition of 1926. The world of the Precambrian was laid out differently from our own; most of the land masses that today are separate continents were joined into one huge structure. Indeed, these samples were originally separated by only two thousand miles or thereabouts. Suggesting that they brought their own parasites with them."- A Colder War, Charles Stross
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