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Genesis Machine, the (1978) [Novel]
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Summary (From the publisher):

Brad Clifford's theory was just applied mathematics -- but its implications were too hot for the frozen minds of his superiors. So they buried it -- and him -- under wraps of secrecy.

Then Aubrey Philipsz, iconoclast and fellow genius, appeared on the scene to build the Genesis Machine Clifford's theory made possible. And all previous science and technology went into a tailspin.

Suddenly, all weapons seemed useless before the previously unimagined power of the Genesis Machine. It could wreck a world or save it--and the men who ruled that world on a path of disaster now fought to gain control of this new force.

But Clifford and Philipsz had another goal, another dream. They were reaching for the stars!

Original title: The Genesis Machine
Original languages: English

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The Genesis Machine (1978)
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Language: English

Blurbs:
  • "In the grand tradition of the classic super-science stories, but with more exciting science and with better writing, too. What more can anyone want?" Isaac Asimov
  • "Most theories in science fiction are mere wishful thinking. Hogan invents a theory that might really work. This is the kind of fiction that first awakened an appreciation of real science in many readers’ minds." Marvin Minsky
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The Genesis Machine (1978)

Format: Paperback
Place of publication: New York, NY
Publisher: Del Rey Books
ISBN: 0345347560
Dimensions: 4.2 x 7.0 x 0.9 in
Pages: 299

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