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Timothy Ferris Archives
Timothy Ferris • 28 Items / 7 Books, 11 Articles, 10 Reviews
The Red Limit (1977)
The Search for the Edge of the Universe
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    The Reference Library (15 Reviews)
    The Cosmic Rape, by Theodore Sturgeon
    1. The Cosmic Rape by Theodore Sturgeon
    2. Venus Plus X by Theodore Sturgeon
    3. Too Many Magicians by Randall Garrett
    4. The Golden Helix by Theodore Sturgeon
    5. The Stars Are the Styx by Theodore Sturgeon
    6. Star Rangers by Andre Norton
    7. The Road to Corlay by Richard Cowper
    8. Silverlock by John Myers Myers
    9. The Star-Spangled Future by Norman Spinrad
    10. Retief Unbound by Keith Laumer
    11. The End of Summer by Barry N. Malzberg and Bill Pronzini
    12. The Cave of Time by Edward Packard
    13. Some Will Not Die by Algis Budrys
    14. The Red Limit by Timothy Ferris
    15. The Sexual Connection by John Sparks
    Analog/Astounding Science Fiction, February 1980, pp. 160-171
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    Science (15 Reviews)
    The Collapsing Universe, by Isaac Asimov
    1. The Collapsing Universe by Isaac Asimov
    2. The First Three Minutes by Steven Weinberg
    3. The Red Limit by Timothy Ferris
    4. Ten Faces of the Universe by Fred Hoyle
    5. Earth's Aura by Louise B. Young
    6. Ever Since Darwin by Stephen Jay Gould
    7. The Center of Life by L.L. Larison Cudmore
    8. Origins by Richard E. Leakey and Roger Lewin
    9. The Wayward Gate by Philip Slater
    10. The UFO Enigma by Donald H. Menzel
    11. Scientists Confront Velikovsky by Donald Goldsmith
    12. Edison: The Man Who Made the Future by Ronald William Clark
    13. The Existential Pleasures of Engineering by Samuel C. Florman
    14. The Tuning of the World by R. Murray Schafer
    15. Asimov on Numbers by Isaac Asimov
    The New Republic, December 3, 1977, pp. 30-32