Exists for You sure about that I suspect most readers who expressed a preference would say that they are generally rather keen on ideas In fact the literary fiction crowd often use a preference would say that they are generally rather keen on ideas In fact the literary fiction crowd often use idea is the protagonist as a stick with which to beat SF The problem is that the
notion of travel comes from movement through space When we re standing still and on no conveyance we are not traveling of travel comes from movement through space When we re standing still and on no conveyance we are not traveling to the world around us of course the planet is traveling through space But in the case of time when we stand still we are indeed moving forward at the pace of "life in time so in that context time "in time So in that context time must mean than that standing still movement it must mean traveling faster than that to the future or at any speed at all to the past which does not happen at all in natural life time One view of time is that is does not actually pass as we experience it and that there is nothing uniuely real about the present There is a 21st century and there is a 16th Century there are elephants and there are trilobites The past or future are not less real because we do not coexist with them any than distant universes separated from us by the speed of light are less real because we cannot perceive them As Einstein put it People like us who believe in physics know that the distinction between past present and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion If you re into Vintage SF read on elsewh. Abile agenzia di viaggi che è la fs non s'è mai lasciata arrestare da una così malinconica prospettiva E' vero che gli altri possibili universi i cosiddetti mondi paralleli sono normalmente incomunicanti tra loro e col nostro Ma a chiunue di noi può succedere di caderci dentro accide. Ere This old classic SF deserves to be called a classic Even now it feels fairly uniue and very interesting a solid riff off of the golden age SF and a nearly seamless conjunction with alternate reality with all kinds of BEMs Bug Eyed MonstersSF in our universe and Fact in the other Aliens everywhere War of the Worlds Mars Venus Teleportation Motherships subjugation it s all hereSo what is this professional in the SF field going to do when faced with a reality that is everything he d been publishingWhy in the SF field going to do when faced with a reality that is everything he d been publishingWhy BE A HEROThis happens to be one hell of a fun book Full of "LOW TYPES SHADY INDIVIDUALS TELEPATHIC ENTITIES "types shady individuals telepathic entities and an infinity of universesI keep thinking that I should have read this EARLY EARLY in my first forays into SF I would have immediately placed this one as one of my absolute favorites of all time if not ust for nostalgia s stake but because it s smooth and so cool As it is now I m ust extremely happy to have finally gotten around to it and say to all of ya out there wishing you knew a very good early SF title to where you could dip your beak This one is pretty damn fantastic and I think it holds up very well even now There really isn t that many Golden Age SF I can truly say that about Or at least none that I can say that I uneuivocally enjoyed from the first to the last pages without some sort of major or annoying complaint 1949 Very impressiv. Ntalmente per via di ualche distorsione dello spazio di ualche buco bianco o altra falla o trabocchetto dimensionale Fredric fu uno dei primi a sfruttare un incidente di uesto genere; e il suo classico modello di assurdo universo resta insuperato a tutt'oggiCopertina di Karel Thole. .
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A charming golden age "sci fi tale that isn t afraid to poke fun at its own genre why of course space girls are scantily "fi tale that isn t afraid to poke fun at its own genre why of course space girls are scantily Why wouldn t they be Perhaps funniest of all though maybe unintentionally is the fact that the main character is whisked away to a parallel universe where everyone wants to kill him and his main concern is that his parallel universe girlfriend is engaged to someone else Although better known for his extremely brief short stories Frederic Brown was also an extremely accomplished novelist The solidity of his prose style is remarkable he was ust a very good writer able to express sometimes uite complex ideas very clearly indeedThis novel was published in 1949 and it s a mark of how sophisticated the SF field was becoming in the hands of such writers as Brown and Sprague de Camp and a few others that they were able to twist their imaginations around to deal with the SF field itself In its own way this novel is a good example of critical fiction a pre postmodern work that affectionately lampoons the trops of props of pulp SF Real Rating 475 of
FiveThese Old Golden Agersold Golden Agers novellas Just realized it Need to cogitate If you re into stuff like this you can read the full reviewVintage Wave function Collapse What Mad Universe by Fredric BrownAnd then you say putting ideas under the noses of the people who most hate them That s what science fiction. Se l'universo come pare non è infinito dovremmo rassegnarci fin d'ora all'idea che uando avremo finito di farne il giro non ci saranno altri posti dove andare Se infatti esistono altri universi uesti si trovano per definizione in un altro spazio incomunicante col nostro Ma uella insuper. ,