Informe sobre la Tierra: Fundamentalmente inofensiva



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Douglas No l Adams was an English author, comic radio dramatist, and musician He is best known as the author of theHitchhiker s Guide to the Galaxyseries Hitchhiker s began on radio, and developed into a trilogy of five books which soldthan fifteen million copies during his lifetime as well as a television series, a comic book series, a computer game, and a feature film that was completed after Adams death The series has also been adapted for live theatre using various scripts the earliest such productions used material newly written by Adams He was known to some fans as Bop Ad after his illegible signature , or by his initials DNA.In addition to The Hitchhiker s Guide to the Galaxy, Douglas Adams wrote or co wrote three stories of the science fiction television series Doctor Who and served as Script Editor during the seventeenth season His other written works include the Dirk Gently novels, and he co wrote two Liff books and Last Chance to See, itself based on a radio series Adams also originated the idea for the computer game Starship Titanic, which was produced by a company that Adams co founded, and adapted into a novel by Terry Jones A posthumous collection of essays and other material, including an incomplete novel, was published asThe Salmon of Doubtin 2002.His fans and friends also knew Adams as an environmental activist and a lover of fast cars, cameras, the Macintosh computer, and other techno gizmos Toward the end of his life he was a sought after lecturer on topics including technology and the environment.

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  1. says:

    mild spoilers ahead It s terribly amusing that the majority of reviewers have tossed this fifth part to the trilogy aside, banished it from their mental schemata of the series so as to acknowledge only that which ends well I think it says a lot about the readership that they took in the entirety of the first four books without picking up on the melancholy and nihilistic subtext to Adams writing I mean, the first book ends with the discovery that the meaning of life is 42 how much clearer mild spoilers ahead It s terribly amusing that the majority of reviewers have tossed this fifth part to the trilogy aside, banished it from their mental schemata of the series so as to acknowledge only that which ends well I think it says a lot about the readership that they took in the entirety of the first four books without picking up on the melancholy and nihilistic subtext to Adams writing I mean, the first book ends with the discovery that the meaning of life is 42 how much clearer does it need to be in order convey the ultimately meaningless adventure that Adams saw life in this universe to be More importantly, at what point did that fact ever stop him from telling a spectacular story It is the journey,than the end, that defines us and the worlds we live in I think Arthur s encounter with the man on the pole in Hawalius can be taken as a pre emptive response to those who would invariably decry the novel to be too bleak humans seek to be protected from knowing the things we don t want to know about, and it leads us to miss a great deal of understanding, experience, and acceptance, sometimes with dire psychological consequences A reader may not want to know how the story of Arthur and his companions ultimately ends, or how any story that goes on long enough must end, but it s a blind and willful ignorance that serves no purpose but to save us seeing reality, in all its complicated and multidimensional depth of cause and effect and pure probability.Personally, I found this book to be a brilliant and thought provoking conclusion to a sharp, touching, and gloriously honest series The ending of the novel, with Arthur at peace and Ford laughing wildly, is the most honest part yet I pity any reader who doesn t get that

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    The Milky Way Galaxy is in a state of confusion the dozen Universes, you didn t know there arethan one have collided into each other Nothing is as it was, no wonder historians quit, what s the point, everything keeps on changing since history is so fluid Tricia McMillan Trillian , in another existence is not happy, the British television anchor is back in England after an unsuccessful job interview, in New York City at ten timesmoney Dead tired from the overnight flight, sh The Milky Way Galaxy is in a state of confusion the dozen Universes, you didn t know there arethan one have collided into each other Nothing is as it was, no wonder historians quit, what s the point, everything keeps on changing since history is so fluid Tricia McMillan Trillian , in another existence is not happy, the British television anchor is back in England after an unsuccessful job interview, in New York City at ten timesmoney Dead tired from the overnight flight, she can barely walk to her house but the odd gardener, Eric Bartlett points out strange marks on Tricia s lawn, space aliens undoubtedly and being polite, pretends to care and listen This interesting conversation must end soon or she ll keel over, at last the bed Next day, Tricia can figure out what to do with the rest of her life, then the aliens land in the back yard.Three thin, green figures come down from their small craft, Grebulons on a reconnaissance mission, would she like to visit them on Rupert Persephone Let me think the elusive Planet X, in the solar system which astronomers have sought for many years, the tenth planet counted in this world, mighty little Pluto restored to its proper place in the cosmos Before departing the unexpected guests deny kidnapping Elvis, they like him The greatest story of all time, slowly falls apart like everything else, these creatures can t remember who they are, what they re supposed to do , where the invaders came from not even their own names, eons have gone by during this epic voyage since the ship developed computer problems On the frozen bizarre planet, Rupert, the distant Sun, is just another remote, cold, weak light, in the dark sky with structures in a cave, which look like a set from a cheap science fiction film The Grebulons, a name unknown, to these space travelers like watching television persistently from Earth, copying all Tricia s camera, shall produce fuzzy pictures back home, she will be laughed at if the video is seen by anyoneFord Prefect, also has no luck, the Guide is under a different management the new editor wants Mr.Prefect to write a restaurant column, how degrading He quickly jumps out a window of the Guide s building, on one of the top floors, having noticed the bosses, are evil Vogons He ll think of something going down to save his hide, Ford sincerely hopes Passing the 17th level his life too goes by, in his jumbled mind, a happy robot this time prevents the descending man from a bad, very sudden stop.Meanwhile Mr Arthur Dent s spaceliner, crashes on a primitive planet Lamuela, yet he s still alive The only survivor takes up a new profession, would you believe, Sandwich Maker Adored by the natives, a gift from the gods, such skill with his hands , nobody here could think of putting meat from Perfectly Normal Beasts, don t ask and whatever else, between two pieces of bread Arthur is finally content, a job that he is good at But this universe cannot let people be content, Trillian Tricia arrives, hands him his unknown daughter Random she says, and hastily leaves, a product of his Thus Arthur s need for monetary funds, depositing much in institutions around the galaxy, and paid quite well for his good seed Random hates Mr.Dent of course, the same emotion prevails towards her mother, and is not that crazy either with all the other universes, a typical teenage daughter Mr Arthur Dent, will now fully experience the essence of what being a father entails, may God have mercy on his soulA lesser Hitchhiker s Guide bookhowever who can resist..not I

  3. says:

    Mostly Harmless was, for many people, a disappointing end to a fantastic series Adams admitted that he was having a bad year when he wrote this book, and it shows the usual humor and manic pacing are largely gone, replaced by long tracts about actual theoretical science as opposed to the lunatic inspired science that created, say, the starship Bistromath , and the tone overall is far darker anddepressive There are still glimpses of Adams comedic genius, but the book as a whole is a Mostly Harmless was, for many people, a disappointing end to a fantastic series Adams admitted that he was having a bad year when he wrote this book, and it shows the usual humor and manic pacing are largely gone, replaced by long tracts about actual theoretical science as opposed to the lunatic inspired science that created, say, the starship Bistromath , and the tone overall is far darker anddepressive There are still glimpses of Adams comedic genius, but the book as a whole is a definite cog or two down the scale from the first four While Mostly Harmless does provide a firm and definite conclusion to the Hitchhiker s Trilogy, it can, in many ways, be left off the reading list for anyone who is not a die hard Adams fan the average reader will get enough conclusion from So Long, if not from Life

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    Out of all the Hitchhiker s Gude to the Galaxy books, I think I must digress and say that Mostly Harmless does not, in fact, refer to the Earth, but to itself.The book is mostly harmless except when it isn t In fact, it isn t mostly harmless at all.There are many humorous passages and lots of quirky zingers and a sensation of the penultimate plotless surreality of life, the universe, and everything, but like LIFE, itself, it just feels like an accumulation of STUFF THAT HAPPENS Trying to fin Out of all the Hitchhiker s Gude to the Galaxy books, I think I must digress and say that Mostly Harmless does not, in fact, refer to the Earth, but to itself.The book is mostly harmless except when it isn t In fact, it isn t mostly harmless at all.There are many humorous passages and lots of quirky zingers and a sensation of the penultimate plotless surreality of life, the universe, and everything, but like LIFE, itself, it just feels like an accumulation of STUFF THAT HAPPENS Trying to find out the great question to the answer to the universe has mostly derailed in service to living a bit of life and trying to get a little enjoyment out of it before we die which sounds, suspiciously, like what we all do.COME ON WHO WANTS TO READ ABOUT THAT But then, seeing where an alternate universe Trillian winds up and watching Ford confront the corporate mega annoyance of the publishing industry around The Guide does have it s bright points but let s face it Arthur s daughter is a REAL PAIN IN THE RANDOM Seriously, the whole book goes just south of a Vogon Poetry Reading after that point It s almost like we re reading a tragedy but we don t really want to admit to it We ll order room service and buy New Zealand but that s just a funny bit to cover up for the fact that LIFE HAS IT IN FOR US.If this book wasn t so accurate in its hilarity, I might want to take a boot to its posterior Mostly Harmless my

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    The Encyclopedia Galactica, that venerable compendium, has a lot to say about the works of Douglas Adams In particular, the first four books of his Hitchhiker s series have over 7 million words dedicated to them This includes synopses, critical analyses, research projects, philosophical treatises, and Babel fish fan fiction But the fifth book in the series has not enjoyed this level of attention Until recently, the Galactica article regarding this novel comprised a single word pointless The Encyclopedia Galactica, that venerable compendium, has a lot to say about the works of Douglas Adams In particular, the first four books of his Hitchhiker s series have over 7 million words dedicated to them This includes synopses, critical analyses, research projects, philosophical treatises, and Babel fish fan fiction But the fifth book in the series has not enjoyed this level of attention Until recently, the Galactica article regarding this novel comprised a single word pointless A sub set of literature fans didn t appreciate this and launched an extensive campaign to rectify the situation They argued that Mostly Harmless wasn t a lazy cash grab or evidence that Adams simply wanted to put the series to bed or at least that it wasthan just those things So while most agreed that Mostly Harmless paled when compared to its predecessors, they still felt that it had several funny bits and featured a distinctly sad perspective They wrote impassioned essays about the book s themes waxing eloquent about the search for purpose and the inevitability of fate One particularly poignant contribution discussed how much of the novel felt like the beginning of a brand new adventure, a brand new series, which made the sudden finality of the ending feel especially soul crushing And after many years of protest and tasteless harmlesslivesmatter jokes they finally convinced the Galactica editors to expand the article From thence on, the book on Mostly Harmless reads Mostly pointless Edited 2 14 2020

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    The fifth and final installment in the Hitchhiker trilogy is generally regarded as the weakest in the series it s the lowest rated on this site, for example The story is focused on Arthur Dent and Ford Prefect Poor Arthur, who finally found happiness at the end of book four, has the love of his life whisked away from him senselessly and is back to wandering the galaxy alone He finally settles down to a life that many would find mind numbingly dull but that suits Arthur just fine Just as The fifth and final installment in the Hitchhiker trilogy is generally regarded as the weakest in the series it s the lowest rated on this site, for example The story is focused on Arthur Dent and Ford Prefect Poor Arthur, who finally found happiness at the end of book four, has the love of his life whisked away from him senselessly and is back to wandering the galaxy alone He finally settles down to a life that many would find mind numbingly dull but that suits Arthur just fine Just as he begins to grow accustomed to his new role in the universe, Trillian and then Ford show up to pull Arthur back into their chaotic adventures Ford has discovered a plot that puts not just the Guide, but the universe itself at risk and, once again, a reluctant Arthur is pulled along for the ride The book has two problems The first is that it simply isn t as laugh out loud funny as the first three Hitchhiker books Series staples like Zaphod Beeblebrox and Marvin the Paranoid Android are nowhere to be found, and Trillian plays a relatively minor if complicated role I think that part of what makes the first two books so hysterical is the interplay between all of these larger than life characters including Ford and the bewildered Arthur Like a sitcom with a great cast, it s at it s best when all the key players are together The comedy slips a bit in book three when the characters begin to drift apart, and by the fourth entry some of the regulars are beginning to disappear entirely But in book four, Adams shifts the story from intergalactic mayhem to a relatively conventional love story Unexpectedly sweet, the fourth book is able to alleviate the pain of losing the Zaphods of the galaxy by telling a different kind of tale.But very little is sweet about this book, which brings us to problem number two Mostly Harmless is kind of a downer Adams was apparently going through some personal problems when he wrote this, and described it as a rather bleak book He expressed interest in writing a sixth novel to finish the series on aupbeat note, but died before he had the opportunity We are left with a somewhat sad ending to a great series, particularly view spoiler the grim, fatalistic conclusion hide spoiler While I begrudgingly accept that comedy is subjective and not everybody s funnybone is tickled the same way, it s hard for me to imagine somebody not liking the first two books in this series even though I know these readers exist But this one let s just say I can see how a reader would find Mostly Harmless to be mostly bleh.That said, it s still Douglas Adams and I still liked the book There are some really funny bits interspersed through all the melancholy Colin the Android, Ford s heroic crusade against the Guide s expense accountants, and virtually every exchange between Ford and Arthur It s not the same caliber as the first two books in the series, but if you enjoyed the third and fourth books you ll probably like this one Readers who like happy endings may want to call it a day after book four, however 3 stars

  7. says:

    Randal Which did you like better Jedi or The Empire Strikes Back Dante Empire.Randal Blasphemy Dante Empire had the better ending I mean, Luke gets his hand cut off, finds out Vader s his father, Han gets frozen and taken away by Boba Fett It ends on such a down note I mean, that s what life is, a series of down endings All Jedi had was a bunch of Muppets.

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    Hitchhiker s, volume 5.There are some good lines in this, but I can t help feeling it would have been better if Adams had left it unwritten, or at least unpublished It is very disjointed, with Ford, Arthur and Trillian mostly in separate stories It starts in what would be a parallel universe if such things existed, which they don t, because it makes as much sense as the sea being parallel If there was one thing life had taught her it was that there are times when you do not go back for y Hitchhiker s, volume 5.There are some good lines in this, but I can t help feeling it would have been better if Adams had left it unwritten, or at least unpublished It is very disjointed, with Ford, Arthur and Trillian mostly in separate stories It starts in what would be a parallel universe if such things existed, which they don t, because it makes as much sense as the sea being parallel If there was one thing life had taught her it was that there are times when you do not go back for your bag and other times when you do It had yet to teach her to distinguish between the two types of occasion The messages that one part of her brain was busy sending to another were not necessarily arriving on time or the right way up For something she hadn t expected it wasn t going the way she expected Maximegalon Institute of Slowly and Pointlessly Working out the Surprisingly Obvious The future is just the same old stuff in faster cars and smellier air It occupied the same co ordinates in space time as Earth What co ordinates it occupied in probability was anyone s guess The sun was quite bright but the day was hazy and vague A common mistake when trying to design something completely foolproof is to underestimate the ingenuity of complete fools Her mood swings were very unpredictable but so far they d all been between different types of bad ones She had been sent as a test of his faith, if not his patience AmEx gave cards exclusively to just about anybody about three other customers it was not the kind of place that you felt like being that specific in The possible continually interfered with the probable.Brief summary and favourite quotes from the other four of the five books, as follows Hitchhiker s Guide vol 1 at the End of Universe vol 2 the Universe and Everything vol 3 Long, and Thanks for all the Fish vol 4 Another Thing vol 6 , by Eoin Colfer

  9. says:

    Sadly, the five part Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy trilogy ends not with a bang, but a whimper With four storylines displaced earthman Arthur Dent, reckless Hitchhiker s Guide correspondent Ford Prefect Trillian, the earth woman once named Tricia McMillan who dumped Arthur at a party to go into space with Zaphod Beeblebrox, and Tricia McMillan in a parallel universe where she stayed on earth Mostly Harmless reads like a frenzied ride on the bumper cars, with storylines beginning and st Sadly, the five part Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy trilogy ends not with a bang, but a whimper With four storylines displaced earthman Arthur Dent, reckless Hitchhiker s Guide correspondent Ford Prefect Trillian, the earth woman once named Tricia McMillan who dumped Arthur at a party to go into space with Zaphod Beeblebrox, and Tricia McMillan in a parallel universe where she stayed on earth Mostly Harmless reads like a frenzied ride on the bumper cars, with storylines beginning and starting almost at random.In addition, Arthur Dent returns to his whiny and mostly dazed persona that made him insufferable in Life, the Universe and Everything, and while all four storylines eventually converge, the denouement simply isn t that satisfying Take my advice Stop after the fourth book, So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish, and end on a high note

  10. says:

    Brilliant I don t know if I was just into the right mood or what, but this last book of The Hitchhiker s Guide series made me laugh so much It was hilarious The ending was perhaps too abrupt for me, and I m still not sure if I liked it or not, so I was about to give 4 stars But all the funny dialogues and situations throughout the book made definitely the 5 stars worth I m sure I will reread the whole series sometime, they just put me in such a good mood I love the so British, witty humor Brilliant I don t know if I was just into the right mood or what, but this last book of The Hitchhiker s Guide series made me laugh so much It was hilarious The ending was perhaps too abrupt for me, and I m still not sure if I liked it or not, so I was about to give 4 stars But all the funny dialogues and situations throughout the book made definitely the 5 stars worth I m sure I will reread the whole series sometime, they just put me in such a good mood I love the so British, witty humor of Douglas, the science, the simple and at the same time twisted situations, the craziness of everything but rooted in the most logical reasonings If you re into any of these, please grab all five books and begin with The Hitchhiker s Guide to the Galaxy and enjoy

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