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Related to material in Counter Clock World
by Philip K. Dick

Calling this book "unusual" is like calling nanotechnology "small." Due to an unexplained effect called the "Hobart Phase" time is effectively moving in reverse; people are being "reborn" out of graveyards, calling to those above to be dug up. Dick uses this striking premise to explore a variety of religious ideas about death and immortality, adorning each chapter with a religious (usually scholastic) quote.

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Untethered Microrobots Dance, Form Self-Organized Structures
   Now people'll be saying that the robots can outdo the angels, dancing on the head of a pin, an' all.

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Biggest HiSeas 'Mars Mission' Problem? No Internet
re: Harry Gore Bishop
(9/16/2017)

Clever Electric Truck Generates More Power Than It Uses
re: Poul Anderson
(9/14/2017)

Eden-ISS, Greenhouse In Antarctica
re: Barbara Hambly
(9/12/2017)

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