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Author of The Postman, Earth, Existence, The Uplift War, and The Transparent Society.
Author of The Postman, Earth, Existence, The Uplift War, and The Transparent Society.

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How does one endure the unendurable? A lovely reading of my short story The Logs… from the Novum podcast.

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Unbelievably gorgeous high-resolution imagery of the topography of Mars


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Heinlein’s prescient predictions ring eerily true today…. A look at Heinlein’s Future History and his novel, Revolt in 2100 

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You might enjoy these: Maxwell the Demon offers up comprehensible Physics through animation, exploring relativity, entropy and thermodynamics 

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All you fans of "The Man in the High Castle" out there (and Thronies, too) who need a fix while you wait? Have a look at the 90 second trailer for THE LIFE EATERS, my graphic novel with the brilliant Scott Hampton. Very similar themes. And it was written long before "Castle" or "Ironman" or "Thor" were revived. At minimum, the trailer itself is great entertainment!





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From A Canticle for Leibowitz to Earth Abides, On the Beach to One Second After… fifty post-apocalyptic novels




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Resolving 21st Century Challenges: My interview on Future Talk 

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To me, the distinction between fantasy and SF was never technological but social. Fantasies preach that feudalism is a natural human social order (it is) and that it should remain forever (it should not.) The characters in fantasy novels may rebel against an evil king. But they almost always replace him with a good king or queen.

see this:
http://davidbrin.blogspot.com/2011/04/the-difference-between-science-fiction.html


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March Forth into a Bold Future… FutureDay is March 1st




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Riding Light lets you travel through the solar system at the speed of light: 3 minutes to Mercury, 6 minutes to Venus, 8 minutes to Earth. Set to music by Steve Reich



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