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Science and Science Fiction

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A few days ago, Peggy and Stephanie asked the blogosphere a few questions about the relationship between science and Science Fiction. They want to use the insights from the responses to run their session – Science Fiction on Science Blogs – at the ScienceOnline09 meeting in January.

They got lots of responses – interesting reads for the long holiday weekend:

Responses from the SF Writer Point of View

Responses from the Science Point of View

There’s also discussion of the topic going on at io9.

I did not find time (yet) to write my own responses. Perhaps I will – no promises, as I may feel, after reading everyone else’s posts, that I have nothing to add. In the meantime, you can check out (if you have missed them before) some of my old posts related to Science Fiction:

Essential Science Fiction
What Is Lab Lit?
Mokie-Koke
World 2.0 at Rainbows End
Did A Virus Make You Smart?
Sci-Fi And Building Blogging Communities
Books: Max Barry’s ‘Jennifer Government’
Most Significant SF Books
Circadian Rhythm Degeneration Syndrome?
Femicide