Science Fiction in the News Articles
Related to material in Think Blue, Count Two
by Cordwainer Smith

Excellent novella-length story that tells the story of the human pilot of an interstellar light sail vessel.

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:

Brain Chips With Uniform Self-Organized Neurons
   No more puddles of neurons; brain chips are now properly organized.

Mouse Brain Simulated By Supercomputer
   And you thought Corwainer Smith was joking about the tiny supercomputers of the future.

Solar Sail Craft Need Laminated Mouse Brains
   We're going to need the best possible navigation computers for solar sail craft that start out near the sun and attain relativistic speeds. And you know what that means.

The Human Brain - Chemically Fixed And Embedded In Plastic
   'Burial is barbaric... [a] remnant of the primitive origins of our culture' - Philip K. Dick, 1969.

Uploading Minds For Interstellar Travel
   'I want him to get her whole life printed...'- Cordwainer Smith, 1962.

Koniku Kore, Mouse Brain-Based Chip, Detects Explosives
   'As a matter of fact, this mouse is going to keep on thinking forever.' - Cordwainer Smith, 1962.

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Datagrid Model Generation Perfect For Eternal Cities Of Science Fiction
re: Arthur C. Clarke
(4/29/2019)

Kazahk Ironist Protester Arrested For Blank Sign Protest
re: Larry Niven
(4/27/2019)

Bitcoin Surges Again, To $7,000
re: Bruce Sterling
(4/25/2019)

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