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Planet Ravenus in system Inescapable Objective Conditions (TBK133)

  Bathh   New Trino    
Pettits world


Once a family voyager touched down here for a snack and one of the little girls of the family accidentally let her kitten beam out onto the surface of the planet. The family's father said no way was anyone suiting up to go and get the kitten. It was a waveform kitten so it didn't matter that it wasn't suited up itself. The family left the kitten on TBK133.3. The kitten felt extremely forlorn about being abandoned. After a while, it forgot about the family, but that didn't make it feel any less forlorn. It was all alone, and a kitten. The kitten tried to romp and gambol all by itself but it just felt dumb and sad.

After a couple of millennia, another voyager touched down for a piss and one of the little boys on board accidentally dropped his puppy down the force field and it bounced out onto the surface of the planet. His mother no way are we reversing the force field to suck that puppy back up. It was a hologram puppy so it could romp and gambol around in force fields with no harm done, but it was wild with grief at being abandoned. After the voyager regained course, the puppy ran in circles and tried to dig through the planet to see if the little boy might be buried there somewhere.

That went on for a millennium or two. Then the kitten and the puppy chanced to meet. With what joy they beheld each other! They rubbed and licked and their energies, quantum and electromagnetic, fused and frizzed and with a noise like a scream they exploded. A new inorganic lower order intelligence stood in their place.
The animal was made of antimatter and was ravenous. It consumed several voyagers before the word went out. It was not lonely at all. Its mind was full of itself, exactly, its existence fitting its consciousness to the tee, with not a micron of empty space, and not a pinched or squeezed portion anywhere.

This planet has 21 moons:
TBK133.3.1 (no information available yet)
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TBK133.3.21 (no information available yet)


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User 'revco' updated this system april 24, 2012.
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