Science Fiction in the News Articles
Related to material in Minus Planet
by John D. Clark, Ph.D

"There was one projectile big enough to make a dent in the planet's path — the Moon — and they could spare it."


('Minus Planet' by John Clark)

This is an early story about antimatter - the story calls it "minus elements":

And now one makes a whole universe with these minus elements. And one makes oneself out of them, too, and lives in the place, and can’t tell the difference between it and a regular universe. All the physical laws will be the same — but just wait until part of your new universe hits part of a regular universe!

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SliceIt! Why Not Teach Robots To Use Knives?
re: Anne McCaffrey
(5/10/2024)

NYC/Dublin Portal Fails To Meet 'Guardian Of Forever' Standards
re: Gene Roddenberry
(5/10/2024)

FLOAT Levitating Train On The Moon ala Clarke
re: Arthur C. Clarke
(5/8/2024)

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