Cantata 140 by Philip K. Dick:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

Also published as The Crack in Space. Another remarkable novella by Dick; he combines themes like the issues surrounding the election of America's first black president with forced warehousing of lower-class people with cold-sleep, orbital brothels and the promise of new frontiers via a rip in space time found in a household appliance. Select an invention:

Artif-Org - mechanical replacement organ

Autonomic Food-Processing System - untouched by humans

Bibs - cold storage for people

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