[Analog Science Fiction and Fact June 2015] E–pub · Trevor Quachri


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    [Analog Science Fiction and Fact June 2015] E–pub · Trevor Quachri A fitting celebration for the 1000th issue of this magazine which started in 1930 as the pulp 'zine Astounding Stories It came into its own under the editorial leadership of Campbell who played a major role in shaping what we now know as SF for better and for worse Now under the relatively new editorship of uachri this issue is a great representation of the variety that Analog can offer and in some ways the balance Analog is fir

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    Trevor Quachri ↠ 9 Download Read ò E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Trevor Quachri Free read Analog Science Fiction and Fact June 2015 The 1000's issue Some actual space exploration stories; plus aliens We should roll over the odometer oftenLeads off with a couple of long stories that work pretty wellIn Richard A Lovett's The Wormhole War mankind is trying to explore the galaxy by extending artificial wormholes to other worlds enabling after some lengthy construction limited by the speed of light instantaneous transport Some imaginative fictional scienc

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    [Analog Science Fiction and Fact June 2015] E–pub · Trevor Quachri The thousandth issue of AnalogAstounding ever A pretty nice one The theme seems to be aliens and alien influence There are a few essays about the history of the magazine The most of those were very good and interesting The Wormhole War • novelette by Richard A LovettA wormhole experiment leads to apparent war against aliens or perhaps against the whole galaxy where humans are sending wormholes at relativist

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    [Analog Science Fiction and Fact June 2015] E–pub · Trevor Quachri I subscribe to Analog and I usually read a couple of articles from it every month but this was the 1000th issues so I decide to read pretty much the whole thing Glad I did as well the Novellas in particular are very good this month

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Free read Analog Science Fiction and Fact June 2015

Trevor Quachri ↠ 9 Download Free download Analog Science Fiction and Fact June 2015 ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub CarrollA Future for Analog by Stanley SchmidtJohn W Campbell Jr by Ben BovaThe Analog Millennium by Mike AshleyAnalog Science Fiction and Fact June 2015 Volume CXXXV No 61000th IssueTrevor uachri editorCover art by Vincent DiFat. The thousandth issue of AnalogAstounding ever A pretty nice one The theme seems to be aliens and alien influence There are a few essays about the history of the magazine The most of those were very good and interesting The Wormhole War novelette by Richard A LovettA wormhole experiment leads to apparent war against aliens or perhaps against the whole galaxy where humans are sending wormholes at relativistic speeds to prevent the alien wormholes reaching the earth Ok story but a little overlong And it is hard to believe that the political leaders and different countries would be so unanimously for the continuing battle when the goals of the aliens aren t known and even the war itself is somewhat open to interpretation Very Long Conversations shortstory by Gwendolyn ClareA joint expedition of humans and aliens explore a new planet which is supposed to be uninhabited They find strange stick figures Are they being pranked by some other members of the expedition or what is going on A pretty simple and short story a pretty inventive concept of language though The Kroc War shortstory by Ted Reynolds and William F WuShort personal viewpoints of soldiers who fight at war between humans and ruthless aliens But war changes those who take part on it Too short pieces and about too many people Strategies for Optimizing Your Mobile Advertising shortstory by Brenta BlevinsA short and fairly stupid story about an age where advertising rules everything including relations The Odds shortstory by Ron CollinsNot a story just a philosophical pondering about the likelihood of life in the universe The Empathy Vaccine shortstory by Charles Coleman Finlay as by C C Finlay A ruthless businessman wants to be really ruthless and goes for an undercover scientist who has developed a vaccine against empathy Not bad with a couple of nice twists Short but doesn t necessarily need to be any longer Three Bodies at Mitanni shortstory by Seth DickinsonA story which seems to continue an earlier one An expedition is checking human colonies which have been separated from Earth for centuries If the colony might present danger for humanity as large the expedition has been to exterminate it There has been a close call and now the next colony seems to be very malignant and powerful at the same time A fairly nice story but constant references to earlier events to something what happened at Jotunheim with no real explanation feels kind of irritating But the culture they encountered was refreshingly interesting and there were some real interesting moral points to ponder Ships in the Night shortstory by Jay WerkheiserA spaceman who travel with ships at relativistic speeds between solar systems tell tall tales to locals at a bar A simple story not bad but not especially good The Audience novelette by Sean McMullenA human ship encounters some very strange but powerful aliens who live under the ice which covers a rogue planet which passing fairly close to the sun at about Kuipier belt The aliens seem to take an interest to humans with pretty unfortunate results for most of the crew The lone survivor takes drastic measures to protect the earth from possibly devastating alien interest A pretty good and interesting story

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Trevor Quachri ↠ 9 Download Free download Analog Science Fiction and Fact June 2015 ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub CONTENTNovelettesThe Wormhole War by Richard A LovettThe Audience by Sean McMullenShort StoriesVery Long Conversations by Gwendolyn ClareThe Kroc War by Ted Reynolds William F WuStrategies for Optimizing Your Mobile Advertising b. A fitting celebration for the 1000th issue of this magazine which started in 1930 as the pulp zine Astounding Stories It came into its own under the editorial leadership of Campbell who played a major role in shaping what we now know as SF for better and for worse Now under the relatively new editorship of uachri this issue is a great representation of the variety that Analog can offer and in some ways the balance Analog is first and foremost the flagship of Hard SF though how that s defined seems to have a lot of individual variation But generally trump goes to believable science correct details and an abundance of technical details in a story Most stories don t have this sure but this isn t a market for great fiction that doesn t have those elements I feel as its a minority in the community that favors these elements above any other or at least they aren t the overwhelming majority as in days of yore And that s a good thing Bova has an essay of Campbell worship in this issue which makes sense given the history here But also I feel it s GOOD we ve moved on from Campbell And we should keep evolving Some of those favoring an Analogesue brand of Hard SF are reacting rather strongly and negatively against those who are the opposite end of the spectrum from their tastes They feel under attack it seems This is debatable but some have escalated the attack under perceived persecution The parallel to politics in general in face of anything progressive is basically euivalent here within this SF community This issue which its nostalgic memories of the past and most explicitly with Jeffrey D Kooistra s sign off from the alternate view column touches on this current conflict within the community balancing tastes politics cultural values the past and the future But just as Kooistra s reactionary rancor against social justice warriors rankles so too are their shimmers of positive light from my perspective a magazine trying to stay rooted to its origins and audience but still trying to make some needed changes and adaptationsThe cover artwork is a reworking of the first ever issue s cover but the cowering woman of the original is replaced with a central dominant figure of a female for 2015 Like the other recent issues under uarchi the stories here seem far diverse in theme and character and authorship than what was the norm under previous editor Schmidt Some will likely object to this but I am generally pleasedSo as for these specific stories in this historic issue The novelettes are both great though Lovett s takes a bit too long in getting to the main bits of the story Nonetheless he continues to deliver really entertaining stories with intriguing speculative science McMullen s has a bit emotional depth to it and is an alien contactcommunication story that I generally just eat up and the thought of keeping Earthly origins from a discovered alien race was new and interesting to me For the short stories I particularly enjoyed Clare s story featuring linguistic differences among humans aliens jointly exploring a planet and its surprisingly intelligent inhabitants Dickinson s story also was a hit exploring what would happen if a human colony were to advance to a point where it may not be uite human any longer and perhaps could be a threat to the other regular humans Finally I enjoyed the genetic setup of Finlay s The Empathy VaccineTo be picky on technicalities the sentences that basically referred to AA and GG nt pairs but in a protein read very oddly to someone familiar with molecular biology so the doctor character in the story explaining it came off as uestionable More problematically the ending came off just too strong for me almost like it had become an authorial rantcause Though these were my favoritemost notable stories I didn t really find any of the others to be poor Looking ahead I see future month s issues which I wont get to for awhile amid moving feature a serialization by Schmidt at that so I expect this issue to be a high point with a steep drop off to come

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Trevor Quachri ↠ 9 Download Free download Analog Science Fiction and Fact June 2015 ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Y Brenda BlevinsThe Odds by Ron CollinsThe Empathy Vaccine by C C FinlayThree Bodies at Mitanni by Seth DickinsonShips in the Night by Jay WerkheiserPoemsFlight by Mack HasslerDepartmentsScience Fact Really Big Tourism by Michael. The 1000 s issue Some actual space exploration stories plus aliens We should roll over the odometer oftenLeads off with a couple of long stories that work pretty wellIn Richard A Lovett s The Wormhole War mankind is trying to explore the galaxy by extending artificial wormholes to other worlds enabling after some lengthy construction limited by the speed of light instantaneous transport Some imaginative fictional science gets thrown around as then something goes wrong with the wormhole program and slowly the evidence builds that it s intentional and extraterrestrial Interesting speculative story Sean McMullen s The Audience has in person space exploration with the surprise of first alien contact added The crew struggles to understand their new neighbors In some ways the don t let them know where we came from theme reminded me of Leinster s classic First Contact story Seth Dickinson s Three Bodies at Mitanni creates a number of interesting philosophical uestions Centuries after colony seed ships were launched from Earth to likely inhabitable planets and other star systems a ship is sent out to check up on them The crew of 3 computerized images of humans are tasked with determining whether the resulting colonies are still human and whether they pose a threat to humanity in the galaxy and the ship is armed with planet killer weapons in case they don t like the answers I m not really sure I share Mr Dickinson s sanguine approach to planetary genocide or believe it s mitigated if you may one day re create the race Jay Werkheiser s Ships in the Night is an old fashioned story told in a spacer bar An imaginative yarn of alien contact short and very readable Gwendolyn Clare s Very Long Conversations has humans and an allied alien species working together to explore newly discovered planet It s full of some interesting speculations on alien semiotics and linguistics The treacly last paragraph on the other hand landed with an eye rolling thud CC Finlay who edits Fantasy Science Fiction offers The Empathy Vaccine an underground doctor who offers gene therapy for boardroom wannabees Interesting idea if ending a bit predictable Reynolds Wu s The Kroc War provides a very short epistolary anti war military SF Blevin s Strategies for Optimizing Your Mobile Advertising is an attempted humorous take on the futuristic euivalent of sign spinners Mothers Day special call your mom 12Ron Collin s The Odds is a very short story written by prepending What are the odds or euiv in front of every statement in yet another facile trashing of war On a non fiction level Ben Bova s appreciation of John W Campbell is well worth a read