As with the opening story in the volume, the fourth one is also a reflective one, which will similarly disappoint seekers of action-driven adventure.
An echo of Arthur C. Clarke in the way Scholz blends technology, societal issues, and challenges on an individual level.
An excellent story with a strong central character, and a huge amount of science in the story, revolving around DNA sequencing.
David Gerrold. A Quantum Bit Exists in Two States Simultaneously : On This issue is book-ended by two shorts from Gerrold. In the first the protagonist has a conversation at a diner with Pope Daniel the First of The Church of the Chocolate Bunny, who challenges him to consider the nature of sainthood and whether… Continue reading The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, September 2005
Stories by : Carter Scholz, Harry Turtledove, Ian Watson, James Patrick Kelly, John Varley, Judith Moffett, Kim Stanley Robinson, Lucius Shepard, Orson Scott Card, Richard Kearns, Robert Silverberg