Eggs In Space

Eggs In Space

£ 11.00

Product Description

Eggs In Space?  Surely not?  Well what else would you expect from an “Infinate Improbability Drive”?  This concept was created by Douglas Adams for “The Hitch Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy”.

The Infinate Improbability Drive’s most central concequence was rescuing the books protagonists Arthyr Dent and Ford Prefect from open space, at the probability of two to the power of 276,709 to one against.  Other events of equal improbaility included 239000 lightly fried eggs fell out of the hole and onto the famine struck land of Poghril in the Pansel system. This caused the one surviving man of the Poghril tribe to die from cholesterol poisoning some weeks later.

A5 open edition digital print.