Isaac Asimov


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Noun1.Isaac Asimov - United States writer (born in Russia) noted for his science fiction (1920-1992)
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A Isaac Asimov B George Orwell C Jules Verne D H.G Wells 13.
After corresponding in letters with the famous science fiction writer Isaac Asimov (1984 Humanist of the Year and the AHA's honorary president from 1985 until his death in 1992), Janet started dating Isaac in 1970, and the two wed on November 30,1973.
A Isaac Kamenev B Isaac Zinoviev C Isaac Karlov D Isaac Asimov 10.
In an endlessly entertaining group biography by the same name, science fiction author Alec Nevala-Lee focuses on Campbell and the three writers he nurtured who wore the biggest grooves into American culture: Robert Heinlein, Isaac Asimov, and L.
This piece is annotated: "After Asimov and Emerson." Ralph Waldo Emerson was a leading name in the transcendentalist movement -- which argued for the inherent goodness of people and nature, while Isaac Asimov was a prolific American writer best known for his science fiction works, including the widely acclaimed "Foundation" series, in which art and engineering come together to preserve humanity's collective knowledge.
Evoking Isaac Asimov's three rules for robots, Kristoff imagines the consequences of androids being broken.
When science fiction writer Isaac Asimov got around to reviewing George OrwellAEs book 1984 in 1980, Hitler, Mussolini, Franco, Mao, and Stalin were gone.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Isaac Asimov's influential "Foundation" science fiction novels about the collapse and resurgence of a galactic empire are heading to Apple Inc as a television drama series, a company spokeswoman said on Tuesday.
Screencap of a video interview showing Isaav Asimov, January 2, 2018 - ScienceToday Youtube CAIRO -- 2 January 2018: Acclaimed sci-fi author and humanist Isaac Asimov, a prolific writer of over 500 novels across numerous genres, was born on this day in history on January 2.
A Jules Verne B Terry Pratchett C Isaac Asimov D Frank Herbert 3.