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Cora's book (a brief history of time) (spoiler, kind of)


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The book isn't public domain. They wouldn't spend the money to license 2 paragraphs of it for when you pick it up. Dickens, however, free to use. It'll get modded in eventually. Regardless of one's opinion of Hawking, a fictional child wants to read his book. It makes her more interesting.

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  • 2 months later...

stephen hawking was an atheist.. how can an atheist agree with a creationist theory of the universe when one doesnt believe in a creator.. ? sounds wacky!

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I totally get that feeling of disappointment when something you're looking forward to isn't quite what you expected. It's like eagerly reaching for your favorite snack and finding an empty bag! But hey, don't let that get you down too much. While Cora's book may be missing from the starfield esm, there's a whole universe of books out there waiting to be discovered.
In times like these, why not explore some new literary worlds to lift your spirits? Emily Henry's novels, for example, offer a captivating mix of excitement and fantasy that can whisk you away from reality for a while. Who knows, you might just find yourself immersed in a story so enchanting that it makes up for the disappointment of Cora's missing book.

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