“It’s not a human move. I’ve never seen a human play this move. So beautiful. So beautiful.”
Ty Frank and the [slightly more reclusive] Daniel Abraham, writing as James SA Corey, seem to have built a media empire out of intelligent space opera.
Mary Shelley, mother of Frankenstein’s monster, wrote another book – a post apocalyptic number. This is unbelievably epic. And there’s Flatland, a fascinating satire of society from the 1800’s.
We’re looking at a future where public transport is actually private transport dominated by self-driving fleets. Human drivers, like seed stage funding, are the just the initial capital needed to get this show on the road.
Thoughts on Liu Cixin’s Three Body Problem, a Chinese sci-fi novel structured around a mathematical problem that’s (still) considered unsolvable.