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Obvious Errors in Science Fiction (and how to avoid them)


I don't call inventing your own science a mistake at all, if it's done consciously and with care to make the science consistent and if the story that is told in the universe with the newly created science is well-told - Greg Egan and Richard Garfinkle are two authors that have succeeded at this, at least in my opinion.

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