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Radio Planet

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By: (1887-1963)

Radio Planet by Ralph Milne Farley is a fascinating science fiction novel that takes readers on an exciting journey to an alien world filled with strange creatures and advanced technology. The story follows the protagonist as he crash-lands on the mysterious planet and must navigate its dangers in order to survive.

Farley does an excellent job of world-building, creating a vivid and imaginative setting that feels both alien and familiar at the same time. The technology and society of the planet are well-developed and the author's attention to detail adds depth to the story.

The characters in Radio Planet are well-rounded and engaging, each with their own motivations and flaws. The protagonist's struggle to adapt to his new surroundings and learn the customs of the planet's inhabitants is compelling and drives the plot forward.

Overall, Radio Planet is a riveting science fiction novel that will appeal to fans of the genre. With its unique setting, well-developed characters, and thrilling plot, this book is sure to keep readers hooked from beginning to end.

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Could you make a radio set? Don’t answer rashly. Don’t say that you have already built several. For note that we did not ask whether you could assemble a set from parts already manufactured by others, but rather whether you could build the entire set yourself—from the ground up. That means making every part you require, including the vacuum tubes, the acid in the batteries, the wires, the insulation.

If you think that you could do this, let us ask you one further question. Put yourself in the place of the hero of the following story, and imagine yourself stranded amid intelligent savages who have not progressed beyond the wood age. Under such circumstances, with nothing to guide you but your scientific memory, with no tools except those of your own creation, and with no materials save those furnished by nature, could you, though the lives and happiness of your dear ones depended upon it—could you make a radio set? —R. M. F., 1926.


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