Long on the short list of favorites to throngs of fans of “hard” science fiction, Kim Stanley Robinson’s Mars series is one of those rare book series that transcends hypothetical and roots itself square in the realm of prophecy. 629 more words
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Or, how to get started with Venus, minus the hardware to do the job.
There is quite a bit of talk about terraforming planets. The basic premise is that you find a planet that’s in a star’s “habitable” zone and you change it’s atmospheric conditions, and possibly other elements of the planet’s characteristics, to make the planet substantially more comfortable for humans to live on. 2,872 more words
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I am reading the trilogy “Red Mars,” “Green Mars,” and “Blue Mars” by Kim Stanley Robinson. 733 more words