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  • ...ulations based on current or future [[science]] or [[technology]]. Science fiction is found in media as diverse as, but not limited to, literature, art, comic [[Image:SFStack2.jpg|thumb|250px|right|Science-fiction books, magazines, film, TV, gaming and fannish material]]
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  • ...ain discipline. For example, [[Chemical Abstracts]] and [[Entrez]] contain science related information and [[ARTstor]] compiles art images. ...ll structured bibliographic database is an indispensable tool for modern researchers to find descriptive records of relevant information sources. Also, bibli
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  • | genre = Hard [[Science Fiction]], [[Popular Science]] | subject = [[Science]]
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  • | genre = [[Beat generation|Beat]], [[science fiction]], [[satire]] ...ew York: Viking Press, 1987).</ref> This event made its way into his early fiction as the short story "The Finger."
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  • |field = [[Astronomy]] and [[planetary science]] |known_for = [[SETI|Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence (SETI)]]<br/>[[Cosmos: A Personal Voyage
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  • | genre = [[Science Fiction]] ...d his novels are well-regarded not only because they provide insights into science and society, but also because they are easy and entertaining to read.
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  • '''Superman''' is a [[fictional character]], a [[comic book]] [[superhero]] widely considered to be one o ... "[[The Reign of the Super-Man]]" from ''Science Fiction'' #3, a [[science fiction]] [[fanzine]] that Siegel published in 1933.<ref name="TCS13">Daniels, 1998
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  • [[Category:Politics and social sciences]] ...existing outside of earth, many scientists remain hopeful and continue the search. Given that the existence of life beyond earth has ramifications of the gre
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  • | genre = [[Science Fiction]]<br/>[[Speculative Fiction]]<br/>[[Postmodernism]] ...8}} – March 2, {{lty|1982}}) was an [[United States|American]] [[science fiction]] [[novelist]] and [[short story]] [[writer]]. Dick explored sociological,
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  • ...ef> At one point, he was the most widely read non-English-language science fiction author in the world.<ref name="Strugatsky">[[Arkady and Boris Strugatsky]] [http://www.russiansifiction.com/translated/strugazckie/picnic/index.php Link] (New York: MacMillan Publ
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  • | genre = [[Science fiction]]<br/>[[fantasy]] ...ichaela Bushell, Helen Rodiss, and Paul Simpson, ''The Rough Guide to Cult Fiction'' (Rough Guides, 2005, ISBN 978-1843533870).</ref><br/>[[J.R.R. Tolkien]]<r
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  • ...eking to explain and manipulate natural [[phenomenon|phenomena]] through [[science]], [[philosophy]], [[mythology]], and [[religion]]. Humans also have a mark ...mily|families]] and partnerships to species-wide [[politics|political]], [[science|scientific]], and [[economics|economic]] unions, including complex systems
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  • ...[[fantasy]], [[Horror fiction|horror]], [[science fiction]], and [[mystery fiction|mystery]]. He won almost every major fantasy fiction award in existence, this extensive list includes a Grand Master Nebula Awar
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  • ...ide [[Earth]]. It is a major [[science fiction themes|theme]] in [[science fiction]], as well as a long-term goal of various national [[space program]]s. Researchers in conservation biology have tended to adopt the "50/500" rule of thumb
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  • | genre = [[Horror fiction]], [[crime fiction]], [[detective fiction]] ...fiction]] genre as well as contributing to the emerging genre of [[science fiction]]. He was the first well-known American writer to try to earn a living thro
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  • | genre = [[Horror fiction|Horror]],<br /> [[Science fiction]],<br /> [[Gothic novel|Gothic]] ...re. ''Frankenstein'' is a novel infused with some elements of the [[Gothic fiction|Gothic novel]] and the [[Romanticism|Romantic]] movement. It was also a war
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  • | movement = [[Modernism]], [[Science fiction]] Lessing's fiction is commonly divided into three distinct phases although her influences were
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  • ...;1930&nbsp;[[Clyde Tombaugh|Clyde&nbsp;Tombaugh]] was working on a project searching for a ninth planet at [[Lowell Observatory]]. Tombaugh's work was to sys ..., 2007}}</ref> The work continued after Lowell's death in 1916. Lowell was searching for a theoretical [[Planet X]] to match observations seen in Uranus and
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  • ...out||right|250px|The internet was first conceived of in the 1946 [[science fiction]] short story, "A Logic Named Joe"}} A 1946 [[science fiction]] short story, ''[[A Logic Named Joe]]'', by [[Murray Leinster]] laid out t
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  • [[Category:Politics and social sciences]] Most researchers recognize that prodigious talent tends to arise as a result of the innat
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