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You’re telling me this is it,” he said. “I’m trapped till I die. ” Osaji gave the grimmest smile in the world. “The out worlder is the lucky one,” she said. ” ARKFALL 27 4. The Wasteland Three days later, Jack was still rebelling against their situa tion. He was a bundle of restless energy. While Osaji un packed and arranged her quarters comfortably for herself and Mota, he prowled the ark, reading the manuals, trying to find a solution. At first she ignored him; but soon the time came to talk about dividing up the essential tasks of keeping an ark running.
It was the first navigation decision they had had to make. ” Jack said. “We could go down, or stay at our present depth. If we stay, we’ll probably pick up the westward current again. If we drop down. . ” he prompted when she failed to continue. “Well, there is no telling. There might be no current down there. Then we would just come up again. ” Jack said ironically. ” Often, decisions like this took hours, because everyone 42 CAROLYN IVES GILMAN was afraid to be first to voice an opinion, and they talked until a consensus emerged without anyone having to say it aloud.
Jack asked. It was his spacer instincts talking again. Preoccupied, Osaji said, “Oxygen is a waste product of the membrane cells’ metabolism. ” At last the turbulence eased and the cliffs drew back, but the current was still swift. Osaji glanced at the compass to see where they were headed. Then she looked again, for what it showed was impossible. 26 CAROLYN IVES GILMAN “That can’t be,” she said. ” “We’re still going west. ” Ahead, the sonar showed a rugged plain sloping down ward. Every moment the current was carrying them farther into it.