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Rudy Rucker

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America isn't young, you know. It's ancient and evil. With aluminum siding.

— Rudy Rucker


Let the tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil fall, soundless in the moldering woods.

— Rudy Rucker


The churning of a human mind is unpredictable, as is the anatomy of the human heart.

— Rudy Rucker


Some ideas you have to chew on, then roll them around a lot, play with them before you can turn them into funky science fiction.

— Rudy Rucker

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At present, however, I don't think the Net is a very good medium for books, books should really be inexpensive lightweight paperbacks you can bang around.

— Rudy Rucker

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But how does it feel to plug into a system that's say, a million times as smart as a person.

— Rudy Rucker

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All living things are gnarly, in that they inevitably do things that are much more complex than one might have expected.

— Rudy Rucker

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Electronic distribution is more of a fall-back strategy for putting out a book that isn't deemed profitable enough to print. You hardly make any money publishing an electronic book.

— Rudy Rucker

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I like a book better if I can't predict what's going to happen.

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Computations are everywhere, once you begin to look at things in a certain way.

— Rudy Rucker

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Rucker taught at the State University of New York at Geneseo from 1972–1978. Thanks to a grant from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Rucker taught math at the Ruprecht Karl University of Heidelberg from 1978–1980. Many of Rucker's novels and short stories apply these ideas.

Rudolf von Bitter Rucker (born March 22 1946) is an American mathematician computer scientist science fiction author and philosopher and is one of the founders of the cyberpunk literary movement. The author of both fiction and non-fiction he is best known for the novels in the Ware Tetralogy the first two of which (Software and Wetware) both won Philip K. Dick Awards.

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