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Kim Stanley Robinson

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In games there are rules, but in life the rules keep changing.

— 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


Very few people ever bother to find out what other people really think. They are willing to accept whatever they are told about anyone sufficiently distant.

— Kim Stanley Robinson


Apocalyptic thinking happens on the left as well as on the right, and in environmentalism, that's a terrible approach to take. Because it isn't true.

— Kim Stanley Robinson

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We should conceive of ourselves not as rulers of Earth, but as highly powerful, conscious stewards: The Earth is given to us in trust, and we can screw it up or make it work well and sustainably.

— Kim Stanley Robinson

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Money equals power; power makes the law; and law makes government.

— Kim Stanley Robinson

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The only part of an argument that really matters is what we think of the people arguing.

— Kim Stanley Robinson

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A lot of scientists act on their beliefs and so do things that look crazy to the rest of us.

— Kim Stanley Robinson

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That's one of the ironies of our time: Right when we're on the edge of serious improvements in health care, we're also cooking the planet.

— Kim Stanley Robinson

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Many of the technologies we've invented are necessary to keep 6.5 billion people alive. We can't go back from that, so we need to decarbonize really rapidly.

— Kim Stanley Robinson

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About 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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