Monthly Archives: June 2012

Ray Bradbury: When the Writer Mistakes His Books for Himself

By Mike Darwin On 5 June 2012, the master storyteller and science fiction writer Ray Bradbury died at the age of 91. Some Bradbury’s work, and very nearly Bradbury himself became an iconic part of the culture. His novel Fahrenheit … Continue reading

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Semantics and Cryonics Propaganda

By Mike Darwin One of the things I hear from time to time is the assertion by some cryonicists that recent advances in mammalian brain vitrification technology have resulted in the brains of cryonics patients being “alive.” While the error … Continue reading

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