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Analog 1 at Houdini Nation

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Condition: good
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ANALOG 1
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ORIGINAL TITLE:


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AUTHOR(S):

       Anderson, Poul
      Harness, Charles L.
      Rucker, Rudy
      Sheffield, Charles
      Zahn, Timothy
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PUBLISHER:

       MOEWIG

ISBN: 3 8118 3547 5
YEAR: 1981
FORMAT: paperback
LANGUAGE: german
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TRANSLATORS:


n/a
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COVER ILLUSTRATION:

       Thomas Schlück
Stories included in this book:

Verträumte Augen:
"Faraway Eyes" - 1980
by R. Rucker

A story about a method to create bubbles in hyperspace and thus sending objects away from our universe. Where to.... well. Not to be mistaken with "The Far Look" by Theodore L. Thomas.


Das Saturnspiel:
"The Saturn Game" - 1981
by P. Anderson


A role playing game makes members of an exhibition lose contact with reality. Whether that is good or not ...


Die neue Physik:
"The New Physics" - 1980
by C. Sheffield


In a world, a liitle different from ours, scientists detect centrifugal force and take for something different, the speed of light.ness.


Ein Pyrrhussieg:
"Hollow Victory" - 1981
by T. Zahn


Meeting an alien race and trying to make peace, man detect that they might need something for living that usually is very dangerous for humans ...


Das venezianische Urteil:
"The Venetian Court" - 1981
by C. L. Harness


If a person builds a robot, that can "invent" things according to ceratin parameters, does the copyright of those inventions belong to ...whom? And if the robot develops abilities to act beyond initial programs ... then what?

Thinking about it, what does the cover illustration of this book have to do with the contents of the stories? No-thing, if you ask me.
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