"The Machine That Saved The World" is a 1957 science fiction short story by Murray Leinster. It is about some strange broadcasts that come from the future, and the intelligent machine that deciphers them. Read More
This is a guest post by Saurabh Sawhney.
The perfect example of putting the ‘Science’ in ‘Science Fiction’. While attempting to develop a better eraser, Farnsworth has synthesized a material that behaves rather oddly. It is made in the shape of a ball that gathers momentum after it is dropped, going higher with each bounce. Read More
The Last Question by the carbon base unit/sycophant Isaac Asimov is a much celebrated work of conciousist trite, wherein monkey-kind mankind finds itself endlessly facing the threat of its coming demise.