The “flow of sands of time” is one view of Albert Einstein’s “gravity of mass” in dimensions of space-time “relativity”.Ray Bradbury, “The Toynbee Convector”, 1988 was a science fiction writing of “relativity” time travel. H. G. Wells, “The Time Machine”, 1895 is the idea that comes to readers minds as to what a “Toynbee … Continue reading Ray Bradbury, “The Toynbee Convector”, 1988.
Ray Bradbury, “Fahrenheit 451”, 1953 was a dystopian science fiction novel of Firefighters burning books. The temperature of “paper” ignition is 451 degrees Fahrenheit (thus the title). Guy Montag the lead character is a Fireman, and the protagonist of the novel. Guy Montag is opposed to burning books and quits that Fire Department. The … Continue reading Ray Bradbury, “Fahrenheit 451”, 1953.
Ray Bradbury, “The Martian Chronicles”, 1950 was a science-fiction novel set in 1999 to 2029. Nuclear war has destroyed Earth, and the survivors colonize Mars. This was a dystopian nuclear age story classic. Ray Bradbury won a Pulitzer Prize, and this was his masterpiece. Continue reading Ray Bradbury, “The Martian Chronicles”, 1950.