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Kim Stanley Robinson

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All the repetitions in the pattern were superficial; the moment was always new. It had to be lived, and then the next moment embraced as it arrived.

— Kim Stanley Robinson

#change #inspirational #change

Childhood isn't just those years. It's also the opinions you form about them afterward. That's why our childhoods are so long.

— Kim Stanley Robinson

#development #formative-years #maturity #memory #age

Science was many things, Nadia thought, including a weapon with which to hit other scientists.

— Kim Stanley Robinson

#scientists #science

We dream, we wake on a cold hillside, we pursue the dream again. In the beginning was the dream, and the work of disenchantment never ends.

— Kim Stanley Robinson

#dreams #knowledge #learning #dreams

You just don't have faith!" Frank repeated. "Well I hope I never get it! It's like being hit by a hammer in the head!

— Kim Stanley Robinson

#religion #faith

Sad but true: individual intelligence probably peaked in the Upper Paleolithic, and we have been self-domesticated creatures ever since

— Kim Stanley Robinson

#intelligence #intelligence

You can either have high specific intelligence or high general intelligence, but not both.

— Kim Stanley Robinson


The vaunted experience of age was perhaps only a matter of wounds and scarring -- that young minds to old minds might be as young bodies to old bodies: stronger, more vital, less twisted by damage.

— Kim Stanley Robinson

#vitality #wisdom #youth #age

It's the love of right lures men to wrong.

— Kim Stanley Robinson


Each of us have a gift, you see, given us freely by the universe. And each of us with every breath gives something back

— Kim Stanley Robinson


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(subsequently anthologized)
A Sensitive Dependence on Initial Conditions (in Vinland the Dream) Originally publiKim Stanley Robinsond in Author's Choice Monthly #20 Pulphouse Publishing May 1991. In 1982 he married Lisa Howland Nowell an environmental chemist and they have two sons. Awards
Robinson's novels have won eleven major science fiction awards and have been nominated on twenty-nine occasions.

His work delves into ecological and sociological themes regularly and many of his novels appear to be the direct result of his own scientific fascinations such as the fifteen years of research and lifelong fascination with the planet Mars. Robinson's work has been labeled by reviewers as literary science fiction.

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