The Company Wars Series by C.J. Cherryh wrote a collection of songs about the station trade in the Alliance–Union universe.

Chad is a kind of doofus, and provides comic relief, as well as a seeming frustration to Darrell, who is teaching him the business. He provides a quick explanation of the show's premise at the beginning, and does a recap of the featured buyers' profits or losses at the end of each episode. This process is the result of deliberate social engineering on the part of Reseune, the Cyteen-based center of all research and development concerning human cloning. He is willing to try out some of Darrell's more dangerous storage locker finds with a childlike enthusiasm. Bet Ye…Discovered alone and without his memory on his dri…Lt.

Union augments its population and Fighting between the Fleet and Union forces is fierce during the ensuing "Company War". Never display translations Registered users can choose which translations are shown.

What planet does the Empire choose to destroy first, in order to demonstrate the destructive capability of the Death Star? Ник…Независимата Флота избира Пел за своя основна база…This omnibus edition of two novels set in Cherryh'… For example, a great deal of the conflict in Starship crew (spacers) have an extremely insular world-view engendered by the time-dilation effects of jump; this attitude was even more extreme before the jump drive was developed, when travel between stars took years. Real-life figures from the Cold War-era mix with a fictional story based on a group of C.I.A. A broad sociological trend in the Alliance–Union universe is the divergence of fundamental attitudes in planet-dwellers, space station-dwellers, and starship crews.

Be on the lookout for your Britannica newsletter to get trusted stories delivered right to your inbox.Articles from Britannica Encyclopedias for elementary and high school students. Spacers often feel they can only relate to other spacers, since stationers and planet-dwellers seem to rapidly age and die from their perspective.

Merchanter women will often have unprotected sex while in port in order to become pregnant and preserve genetic diversity in their crew-families.

The ships had begun their existence as the 50-ship strong Mazian makes the fateful decision to rebel and attempt to take over Earth itself.

Union resents the treaty restrictions, while the Alliance fears being overwhelmed by Union's much larger population. Without new ships to replace its combat losses, the Fleet gradually begins to lose a Caught in the middle are the merchanter families and Pell Station, the primary transit point between Earth and Union space. When Signy Mallory, one of his most senior captains, learns of his plans to seize control of Earth itself, she and her ship, With Earth turned against the "Mazianni", Union sees a chance to finally rid itself of its bitter enemy. The majority view is apt to be the more stable and persistent, since azi can, in time, become citizens whose children are born CITs, and these children receive their basic values from their parents. Tensions rise further when Gehenna, a precious habitable planet in the Alliance sphere of influence, is found to harbor a population descended from a secret Union military mission deliberately abandoned there to deny the Alliance an easy acquisition.

Production company(s) Original Productions Fremantle A+E Networks: Release; Original network: A&E: Original release: December 1, 2010 () – January 30, 2019: External links; Website: Storage Wars (stylized as STORAGE WAR$) was an American reality television series on the A&E Network that premiered on December 1, 2010.

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With sporadic, inadequate support from Earth, the Fleet has no choice but to forcibly requisition equipment and personnel from the increasingly alienated …