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A machine can be built to do any accurately described job better than any man
A fascinating and disturbing dystopian vision from a neglected sci-fi master, imagining an all too terrifying alternate ending to World War I and its implications for the human race
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A distant planet has based its culture and lifestyle solely upon astrology: those with good stars go very far, and those with bad fortunes are rejected from society. But what really happens to those people whose stars aren't perfect, and what will happen when the visiting humans figure it out?
If this story has a moral, it is: “Leave well enough alone.” Just look what happened to Kenzie “mad-about-ants” MacKenzie, who didn’t . . . .
The orphan system of Onzar was fuming under its leader's driving, paranoid megalomania.
Do unto others as you would have them do unto you . . . . And the natives of Capella IV, philosophers at heart, were not ones to ignore the Golden Rule . . .
Book Excerpt : ...began cutting logs.It was odd, the basic pleasure she felt in seeing the sides of the cabin start to take form. Certainly she was not domestic by nature. And this could, in no sense, be considered a home.
In The Planet Savers Marion Zimmer Bradley introduced the world to her amazing Darkover series.
They wanted to go home—back to the planet they’d known. But even the stars had changed. Did the fate of all creation hinge upon an empty bottle?
The world of the new race was peaceful, comfortable, lovely—and completely static.
Almost anything, if it goes on long enough, can be reduced to, first a Routine, and then, to a Tradition. And at the point it is, obviously, Necessary.
Mack Reynolds was a well known American sci-fi writer during the mid-20th century. Many of his works are still read today.
Sometimes a story is best told by omission! A short story from prolific writer M.I. Mayfield.
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