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The Alternate View - Hard SciFi

Discussion in 'Sci-Fi, Horror, and Fantasy Talk' started by Tom, Dec 21, 2007.

  1. Tom

    Tom An Old Friend

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    "The Alternate View" columns of John G. Cramer are short (~2,000 word) essays about cutting-edge science. They are aimed at readers (and writers) of "hard" science fiction, as exemplified by the SF stories of Analog, but are about real science, usually physics or astronomy. These columns are published bimonthly in Analog Science Fiction & Fact Magazine.

    Menu of Subjects
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    Group 1 -- Cutting Edge Science
    Group 2 -- Quantum Mechanics
    Group 3 -- Neutrinos
    Group 4 -- Cosmology and Astrophysics
    Group 5 -- Gravity and General Relativity
    Group 6 -- Wormholes
    Group 7 -- Mega-Projects
    Group 8 -- Space Drives
    Group 9 -- Evolution and Catastrophe
    Group 10 - Communications and Virtual Reality
    Group 11 - Flashes in the Pan - Things That Didn't Work
    Group 12 - Science Policy
    Science Fiction Novels by John G. Cramer
    John G. Cramer's Home Page
    Go to chronological index of Alternate View columns.


    In The Fullness of Time The universe in the far future

    The New Recycling Universe A new alternative to Big Bang cosmology in which the universe recycles between claps of extradimensional "branes".

    The Tachyon Drive: Vex=[SIZE=+1]¥[/SIZE]and Eex= 0. Using tachyons as reaction fuel

    The Rise and Fall of Gyro-Gravity Spin-modification of gravity?

    Dyson on Space Freeman Dyson's views on the space program


    Many More at the site
     
  2. Anthony G Williams

    Anthony G Williams Greybeard Writer

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    Looks interesting...I'll have to browse through those.
     

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