Science Fiction in the News Articles
Related to material in Twilight
by John W. Campbell

"A story that will set you to dreaming of purple distances—of a far future world wherein a race is dying seven million years away—seven million years!"

"And all the great city-structure throbbing and humming to the steady, gentle beat of perfect, deathless machines built more than three million years before—and never touched since that time by human hands. And they go on. The dead city."


('Twilight' by Don Stuart (John W. Campbell).)

Interesting "tale of a stranger" kind of story; this story was originally published under Campbell's pseudonym of Don A. Stuart.

Science fiction in the News articles describe real-world events that relate to the ideas and inventions in sf novels and movies. Select a news article:

MIT's Cornucopia Digital Robotic Food Concept
   Digital food the modern way. In concept, at least.

Songdo IBD Smart City
   How smart do you want your city?

UK's Self-Repairing Cities
   'The city was divided into two sections, a section of many strata where machines functioned smoothly...' - John W. Campbell, 1934.

Musk Claims Sublimity For Future Summon Feature
   'Once we move summon... to a single FSD stack, it will be sublime.' - Elon Musk, 2021.

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Festo BionicSwift Bird Robots Described In 1930
re: C.E. Heller
(6/23/2022)

Robotics Jobs In The Food Industry
re: C.E. Heller
(6/21/2022)

Prototype 3D Printer Could Print Arteries In Seconds
re: Clifford Simak
(6/19/2022)

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