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I’ve had it with dystopian sci-fi and space operas. It’s about time for some realistic, positive science fiction goals.

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I’m tired of watching our heroes fail. It’s no fun to watch a protagonist who is not only doomed to fail, but is also doomed to never even try. I want to see characters who are willing to take risks and who have the ability and determination to make good things happen.




Extrapolating the here and now to glimpse the near future.

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Adam Temper

Adam Temper

Sci-fi writer

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