I'm glad the pendulum is swinging this way, although Fantasy and Science Fiction sections still share library shelf space (when did that start? I'm fairly sure these genres were still distinct in the 1980s).
People are right to reject the notion of 'pure science'.
Sci-fi, move over; dramas honor real science
Joanne Ostrow: 303-954-1830, firstname.lastname@example.org or twitter.com/ostrowdp
The Denver Post
Aug 22 2014
Television has graduated from stories about pseudo-science to a more grounded area of interest: hard science. Unlike the profusion of shows steeped in out-ofbody, time-traveling, telepathic, parallel universe, cybernetic and robotic issues, today's...
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