|Plot||:||+ "Cold Equations". A good story without the expected happy ending. A beautiful young girl stows away on a space ship and must be killed. The system cue has been deleted. The script was used subsequently on "Future Tense" on May 22, 1974, and on "Audion Theatre" on October 6, 1990. Bill Rippe (announcer), Bob Hastings, Court Benson, George Lefferts (writer), Jack Arthur, Jay Meredith, Kenneth MacGregor (studio director), Milo Boulton, Tom Godwin (author), Walter Kinsella, William Welch (producer). + Program #15. , AFRS rebroadcast. "Cold Equations". A good story without the expected happy ending. A beautiful young girl stows away on a spaceship, and must be killed. For a network, sustaining version of this broadcast. The script was subsequently used on "Future Tense" May 22, 1974 and on October 6, 1990 on "Audion Theatre". + The show starts with the words of the pilot of EDS 4G3 - "The laws of physical nature operate with irrevocable certainty with no room for mercy, kindness, or sentimentality. In space life becomes a cold equation and the equals sign is often followed by death". The pilot is about to start a mission of life or death. If he succeeds he will save the lives of others, if he fails he will die, but he hadn't banked on having a stowaway on his ship. The stowaway is young woman who wants to see her old lover, but her extra weight will cause problems and there is no alternative, but to throw her out of the space ship to a certain death.|
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