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Michael Moorcock

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It is almost impossible to have a baseless snobbish opinion of the General Theory of Relativity.
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Fantastic Metropolis, Christmas Editorial (http://www.fantasticmetropolis.com/i/20011209/3/)

 
Michael Moorcock

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