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  • A Continual Snowfall of Petrochemicals

    automatic music for computers and Yamaha SY synthesisers 1998/9 And for all its breathtaking size and novelty, the biosphere of Jupiter was a fragile world, a place of mists and foam, of delicate silken threads and paper-thin tissues spun from the continual snowfall of petrochemicals formed by lightning in the upper atmosphere. Few of its constructs were more substantial than soap bubbles; its most terrifying predators could be torn to shreds by even the feeblest of terrestrial carnivores... Arthur C Clarke, 2010, 1988, Grafton http://rhoadley.net/comp/petrochemicals.php