Minds, Machines Evolution

Minds, Machines Evolution

James P. Hogan

Language: English

Publisher: Baen

Published: Dec 1, 1999

Words: 115897
Pages: 478


TAKE THIS, MONKEY BOYS!James P. Hogan stands among the foremost writers of science fiction today, and is renowned for his ability to combine accurate science from the cutting edge of present-day research with living, breathing characters in fast-paced, suspenseful stories. Minds, Machines & Evolution gives Hogan's thousands of avid readers both a solid chunk of high-quality science fiction, and a look behind the scenes, as Hogan describes how his work came to be written, with biographical details that will make this volume an essential purchase for Hogan fans everywhere.Read how a young girl raised by robots learned her true destiny. Travel back in time to learn that inventors are always misunderstood, even in the time of Og, the caveman. Learn about a political conspiracy more bizarre and sinister than any conceived by any conspiracy theory junky. And, if the idea of cloning worries you, Hogan will prove that you're not nearly as worried as you ought to be. Plus Hogan's thoughts on nuclearpower, artificial intelligence, and the rise of scientific mysticism. And there's much more in this companion volume to Hogan's Rockets, Redheads & Revolution.