a list compiled by Alex Kasman (College of Charleston)
"William E. Emba"|
A mathematician solves Fermi's paradox, and then actually
*does* something about it, with immense consequences.
Originally appeared in Asimov's Science Fiction August 2003. Republished in the Baxter compilation "Phase Space".
Very entertaining. Deals with some deep topics
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