By Andre Norton, Sherwood Smith
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Stotz. Next we'll have Jasper up here ranting and raving at you," Dane said in a wooden voice. The idea of Jasper even raising his voice was so strange that they all laughed. "All right," Rip said, getting up. He winced, and Ali felt a twinge of headache that he knew was not his own. This annoyed him. But he gave no sign, either in face or voice. " Ali wondered if they'd run this problem past Jellico, but he glanced at the triple chrono he'd set up. Three time measures flashed: one, the North Star's orbital pattern, displaying when the ship was in communication range and when it wasn't, and how long in and out of each cycle remained.
Was Jasper talking about more than these unknown Tath-like maybe Venusian colonists? Ali clamped his mouth shut, wondering how much Jasper had picked up of his thoughts. He did not show his irritation, but he resolved to himself that when Tau woke up from his sleep-shift, the medic would find him in the lab, waiting. "Hate to think of those people out in this weather without any protection," Dane said with a glance at the blank screen. "They'd weather it better than we would," Frank said. " Dane grinned suddenly.
No, as if his skull had dissolved, and his brains were mixing in with the other three men's and Ali's identity was escaping, to be smeared through the heads of Rip and Jasper and Dane. A sudden, ferocious anger seized him. Why him? The only thing-the only thing he had come to trust, to value, was his privacy. He'd lost everything else-family, friends, homein the Crater War; since then he'd learned never to get too close to people because it was simply too easy for them to walk away, or get transferred, or sick.