"Every scientist worth his salt that I know of has read science fiction."
What happens when mankind is ready to leave the cradle and seek other worlds? Who can you leave behind?
Compare to the Machine from The Machine Stops (1909) by EM Forster, the government machine from Mechanocracy (1932) by Miles J. Breuer, the machine city from Twilight (1934) by John Campbell, the games machine from The World of Null-A (1945) by AE van Vogt, central computer from The City and the Stars (1956) by Arthur C. Clarke and the Vulcan 3 computer from Vulcan's Hammer (1960) by Philip K. Dick.
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'...the light of the sun had been polarized by two crossed fields so that no radiation could pass.'
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'It was like being inside a balloon; indeed, that was exactly where he was.'
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'...a simple clock-set servok with pipe and hose arms.'
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