The Revolt of the Machines by Nat Schachner (w. AL Zagat):
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

"For five thousand years, since that nigh legendary figure Einstein wrote and thought in the far-off mists of time, the scientists endeavored to reduce life and the universe to terms of a mathematical formula. And they thought they had succeeded. Throughout the world, machines did the work of man, and the aristos, owners of the machines, played in soft idleness in their crystal and gold pleasure cities. Even the prolat hordes, relieved of all but an hour or two per day of toil, were content in their warrens--content with the crumbs of their masters." Select an invention:

Death Bath

Disintegrator Plate Ray

Dressing Machines

Master Machine

Ownership of Machines

Synthetic Food Factories

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re: George Lucas

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re: Michael Crichton

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re: Douglas Adams

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