Mad Professor by Rudy Rucker

Mad Professor: The Uncollected Short Stories of Rudy Rucker by Rudy Rucker
English | 2018 | Science Fiction | ePUB, MOBI | 1.12 MB

At the untamed frontiers of intelligence, consciousness, matter, and reality lies Rudy Rucker’s The Mad Professor, a collection of twelve mind-bending science fiction stories that probe the outer limits of possibility. Rucker, an accomplished computer scientist and mathematician with numerous science books and novels to his credit, brings his deep and varied knowledge of the mind, mathematics, and the ever-weird and wondrous workings of the physical universe to the stories collected here. In Chu and the Nants we read of a bizarre future following a Verge Singularity, in which hyperintelligent computers have taken over the solar system. Panpsychism Proved breaks down the boundaries between mind and matter, exploring the notion that “every object has a mind.” And Six Thought Experiments Concerning the Nature of Computation is an exhilarating collection of mini-stories taking us to the outrageous extremes of theoretical speculation. In The Mad Professor, Rucker deploys the full range of his writing talent and scientific knowledge to take us on a wild romp through the known, the unknown, and the awesomely peculiar.

2+2=5 (Written with Terry Bisson)
Elves of the Subdimensions (Written with Paul Di Filippo)
Panpsychism Proved
MS undFo in a Minidrive
The Men in the Back Room at the Country Club
Guadalupe and Hieronymus Bosch
Six Thought Experiments Concerning the Nature of Computation
Jenna and Me (Written with Rudy Rucker Jr.)
The Use of the Ellipse the Catalog the Meter & the Vibrating Plane
Junk DNA (Written with Bruce Sterling)
Pockets (Written with John Shirley)
Cobb Wakes Up
Visions of the Metanovel

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