a list compiled by Alex Kasman (College of Charleston)
"William E. Emba"|
A mathematician discovers that his formulas predict that an important
new power station poses an extremely grave risk to humanity, and he
must convince others of the danger.
reprinted in THE PAST THROUGH TOMORROW.
At least temporarily available in HTML format at webscription.net.
More physical or physico-mathematical than actually mathematical fiction, and moreover it throws in a bit of mumbo-jumbo à la Korzybski (a unified approach to physics, psychology, economics... you name it), but readable nevertheless.
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