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The Fantastic Voyage Of Isaac Asimov
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The “Foundation” of modern science fiction
The early modern science fiction adventures written by Jules Verne and H.G. Wells pre–dated his by several decades, but it was Isaac Asimov whom the “Star Trek” generation of the 1960s thought of as being the “father” of modern hard sci–fi.
Only Arthur C. Clarke and Robert Heinlein a
Rabbit and Turtle have a race Rabbit was always bragging about how fast he could run. Finally all the other animals had heard enough of his bragging. They got together for a secret meeting. Everyone offered their suggestions as to how to shut Rabbit up. Turtle had the best idea. He told Rabbit, "I will race you, to prove for once and for all, who is really the fastest runner. To make it fair, we will race on land, because I know you cannot swim. All that I ask is that I need seven days to train for the race. And I will choose the course of the race." Of course, Rabbit agreed to those conditions. Seven days wMore Like This