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Science-Fiction Science-Fact March 1968
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included in this book:
The Alien Rulers:
by A. Piers
Earth is ruled by alien leaders. For some reason, they
lead earth pretty well, which doesn't keep humans from
protesting and revolting however. One of the rebels faces
an alien leader to kill him ... and ends up supporting
him. In the end he finds out, why the alien leaders are
so good ...
Uplift the savage:
by C. Anvil
The human race on a quest to bring development to alien
races, following the principle: what you are not allowed
to have, is most attractive.
The Inevitable Weapon:
by P. Anderson
Scientists detect a means to make place a equal to place
b, therefore the space in between doen't have to be crossed
travelling. Instantaneous travelling ... they fear that
their device might be used as a weapon. Which is not at
all unrealistic ...
Birth of a salesman:
by J. Tiptree Jr.
Interstallar trading with all the problems that might
occur. Can product X harm the moral feelings of species
Z? Which features we might consider irrelevant could result
in a war on some other planet?
The Horse Barbarians:
by H. Harrison
Part two of three. A species travelling trough space ends
up on a planet full of barbarians, fighting wars etc.
by V. Foray
A private school, secretly helping children with "special"
talents to develop those further. When the school is visited
by a group of inspectors, the teachers and students alike
have to conceal what they are doing ...