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The Ultimate Experiment

Auhtor: Thornton Deky

Language: english
Published: 1941

Genres:

fiction,  science fiction,  short stories
Downloads: 330
eBook size: 368Kb

Review by Daniel G. Lebryk, October 2008


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'The Ultimate Experiment':

... as he had passed away, dying from sheer old age. True they had fought on as long as they could to save their kind from utter extinction but the comet ...
... so obsessed had he become with the task he had set himself to do. Yet, in spite of a great loneliness and a strong fear of a final frustration, he worked ...
... he would stop his work when the great red dying sun began to fade into the west and his round eyes would grow wistful as he looked out over the great ...
... tasks of keeping the great city in perfect shape for The Masters who no longer needed it, must miss them as he did. Never to hear their voices ringing, ...
... busy tending to the thousand and one tasks The Masters had set them to do-had left them doing when the last Master perished. He too must remember ...
... would peal forth their sweet, sad chimes, whispering goodnight to ears that would hear them no more and all operations would halt for the night, ...
... baths took form under his careful modeling. He mixed his chemicals with the same loving touch, the same careful concentration and painstaking thoroughness, ...
... the great red sun glowed like an immense red eye overhead, Kiron stepped back to admire his handiwork. In that instant the entire wondrous city seemed ...
... unhurriedly, though his mind was filled with turmoil and his being with excitement, he walked back and connected the earphones to the box upon his bench. The ...
... he threw into connection the larger switch upon his laboratory wall bringing into his laboratory the broadcast power of the crysolite city. The ...
... snapped off. Kiron twisted quickly in his seat and threw home the final switch. This, he knew, was the ultimate test. On the results of the flood ...
... only a servant? Yet it must work for he had no desire in life but to make it work. Then, suddenly, he was on his feet, eyes wide. From the two long, ...
... left, in their image. I was created to be a Master and she whom you also have created is to be my wife. We shall mate and the race of Man shall be reborn ...
... within his pumping heart. The words the Man had intoned had been placed in his still pregnable mind by the tele-teach phones and record that the last ...
... kept on until success had been his. But then why not such a turnabout? Hadn't they, The Masters, created him a superb, thinking robot? The Ultimate ...
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... was a rich and undefended planet in a warring, hating galaxy. Things can be deceptive though children playing can be quite rough-but that ain't war, ...
... star had to be steady, reliable, with a good planetary system. And in his astronomical searching, he found Sol. With hundreds of ships, each larger ...
... can kill. What, then, is the deadly thing that must be sealed away, forever locked in buried concrete-a thing or an idea? Stephan A. Kallis The Untouchable You ...