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Snippet from Wikipedia: Ansible

An ansible is a category of fictional devices or technology capable of near-instantaneous or faster-than-light communication. It can send and receive messages to and from a corresponding device over any distance or obstacle whatsoever with no delay, even between star systems. As a name for such a device, the word "ansible" first appeared in a 1966 novel by Ursula K. Le Guin. Since that time, the term has been broadly used in the works of numerous science fiction authors, across a variety of settings and continuities.

ansible.txt · Last modified: 2021/09/18 21:25 by Cloud Monk Losang Jinpa PhD MCSE/MCT Python-DevOps

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