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D stripped and gutted it and torn all its treasures from itIt was no alien land no alien dimension into which the top had flung him although of course it had not been the top at all The top hadn t had anything to do with it The top was simply something on which one focused one s attention simply a hypnotic device to aid the mind in the job which it must do The top had helped him come into this land but it had been his mind and that strange otherness that was his which had enabled him to travel from old familiar Earth to this strange primal placeThere was something he had heard or readHe went searching for it digging back into his brain with frantic mental fingersA new story perhaps Or something he had heard Or something he had seen on televisionIt came to him finally the story about the man in Boston a Dr Aldridge he seemed to remember who had said that there might be worlds than one that there might be a world a second ahead of ours and one a second behind ours and another a second behind that and still another and another and another a long string of worlds whirling one behind the other like men walking in the snow one man putting his foot into the other s track and the one behind him putting his foot in the same track and so on down the lineAn endless chain of worlds one behind the other A ring around the Sun THE land lay new and empty of any mark of Man a land of raw earth and sky even the wildness of the wind that swept across it seemed to say that the land was untamedFrom his hilltop Vickers saw bands of dark moving shapes that he felt sure were small herds of buffalo and even as he watched three wolves came loping up the slope saw him and veered off angling down the hill In the blue sweep of sky that arched from horizon to horizon without a single cloud a bird wheeled gracefully spying out the land It screeched and the screech came down to Vickers as a high thin sound filtered through the skyThe top had brought him through He was safe in this empty land with wolves and buffaloHe climbed to the ridgetop and looked across the reaches of the grassland with its freuent groves and many watercourses sparkling in the sun There was no sign of human habitation no roads no threads of smoke sifting up the skyHe looked at the sun and wondered which way was west and thought he knew and if he was right the sun said it was midmorning But if he was wrong it was midafternoon and in a few hours darkness would come upon the land And when darkness came he would have to figure out how to spend the nightHe had meant to go into fairyland and this of course wasn t it If he had stopped to think about it he told himself he would have known that it would not be for the place he had gone to as a child could not have been fairyland This was a new and empty world a lonely and perhaps a terrifying world but it was better than the back room of a hardware store in some unknown town with his fellow men hunting him to deathHe had come out of the old familiar world into this new strange world and if the world were entirely empty of human life then he was on his ownHe sat down and emptied his pockets and made an inventory of what he had A half a package of cigarettes three packs of matches one almost finished one full one with just a match or two gone from it a pocket knife a handkerchief a billfold with a few dollars in it a few cents in change the key to the Forever car a keyring with the key to the house and another to the desk and a couple of other keys he couldn t identify a mechanical pencil a few half sheets of paper folded together pocket size on which he had intended to make notes if he saw anything worth noting and that was all Fire and a tool with a cutting edge and a few hunks of worthless metal that was the sum of what he hadIf this world were empty he must face it alone He must feed himself and defend himself and find shelter for himself and in time to come contrive some way in which to clothe himselfHe lit a cigarette and tried to think but all that he could think about was that he must go easy on the cigarettes for the half pack was all he had and when those were gone there would be no An alien land but not entirely alien for it was Earth again the old familiar Earth unscarred by the tools of Man It had the air of Earth and the grass and sky of Earth and even the wolves and buffalo were the same as old Earth had borne Perhaps it was Earth It looked for all the world like the primal Earth might have looked before it lay beneath Man s hand before Man had caught and tamed it and bound it to his will before Man had stripped and gutted it and torn all its treasures from itIt was no alien land no alien dimension into which the top had flung him although of course it had not been the top at all The top hadn t had anything to do with it The top was simply something on which one focused one s attention simply a hypnotic device which one focused one s attention simply a hypnotic device aid the mind in the job which it must do The top had helped him come into this land but it had been his mind and that strange otherness that was his which had enabled him to travel from old familiar Earth to this strange primal placeThere was something he had heard or readHe went searching for it digging back into his brain with frantic mental fingersA new story perhaps Or something he had heard Or something he had seen on televisionIt came to him finally the story about the man in Boston a Dr Aldridge he seemed to remember who had said that there might be worlds than one that there Might Be A World A Second Ahead be a world a second ahead ours and one a second behind ours and another a second behind that and still another and another and another a long string of worlds whirling one behind the other like men walking in the snow one man putting his foot into the other s track and the one behind him putting his foot in the same track and so on down the lineAn endless chain of worlds one behind the other A ring around the Sun He set off striding down the hill heading for the north west toward the one hope he had in all the world He kept going on There was nothing else to do c I couldn t help uoting this chapter It s my favvy fav It reads like something otherworldly Well it IS otherworldly Jay Vickers thinks he s a normal guy in a uickly changing world new forever products razors cars are coming out that never need to be replaced or maintained Big Industry is scared and tries to hire Jay to write something negative about the innovations but he politely declines Soon Industry has riled up the masses to riot and smash all the forever products and sometimes their owners Jay then escapes on a road trip to his childhood home and relearns a forgotten ability that changes his beliefs about himself and the future RAtS had some nice scenes and lines but I thought the underlying premise was thin or at least the connections between novel ideas was thin view spoiler A multiverse exists with closely related universes and some with planets very similar to Earth Certain mutant humans have developed special abilities like being able to shift to nearby in physical similarity Earths Others can telepathically communicate with intelligences in the stars These powers in particular allow the mutant community to rapidly advance develop forever products build robot factories on second Earths and coordinate movement of members I guess I thought that any one of those abilities or developments would have been interesting enough to merit a story on its own they didn t need to be grouped together And in having so many things it seemed almost magical like the next problem will be solved by something even outlandish after a point it stopped sounding believable which seems a silly criticism of a sci fi story hide spoiler Though I m a longtime fan of science fiction I have often found something a little formulaic about most of the novels from the golden era of the genre The problem is not with the premise though that can crop up from time to time so much as with the plot which typically functions in the standard pattern of boy meets girl boy fights antagonists usually against seemingly overwhelming but ultimately surmountable odds boy gets girl For a while though I thought that with this novel I had found one of the exceptions For much of its length Clifford Simak kept me guessing as to who Jay Vickers was and the role he was going to play Then I got to the end and the last development where the girl Ann Carter who Simak had hinted might be a fragment of Jay s splintered persona was actually the long lost love of his life after all just felt like a total cop out It was as though Simak was at the brink of doing something that would have been incredibly daring and far sighted for a novel of the early 1950s then wavered and reverted back to the comfortable clich s of his time It doesn t mean the novel isn t worth reading but it left me with a sense of disappointment at having witnessed something that could have been so much greater than it turned out to be Ive read 5 Simak books now The City and Way Station are my favourite out of his generic to me books this one is the best i ve read so far there s even suspense here if ou enjoyed Time and Again or Time is the simplest thing go for Ureza está virgem de ualuer intervenção humana instalam eles as suas indústrias o seu império de máuinas e robots com o fim de acabar com a civilização terrestre ue consideram errada e cruel e formar uma nova civilização ue povoará essas novas Terras baseada no entendimento e na paz Serão essas Terras povoadas por todos aueles ue pobres e miseráveis na velha Terra estão dispostos a abandoná la para viver uma vida melhor e mais feliz Este abandono em massa vai enfrauecendo o poder de produção da indústria terrestre e Crawford só tem uma solução a guerra E a luta entre Crawford e os grandes senhores da indústria por um lado e Vichers e os Mutantes por outro começa violenta e terrível Mundos Simultâneos é 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Ch smoked his cigarettes and stared at the patch of sky he could see between the top of the hedge and the porch s roof at the sky and its crystal wash of stars thinking that one could not sense the distance and the time that lay between the stars He sat alone in the attic listening to the wind that whispered in the eaves cFifteen ears ago he had faced a certain problem and after a time in his own way had solved it without realizing he had solved it by retreat from the human race He had retreated until his back was against the wall and there for a while he had found peace Now in some strange way his sense of hunch this undefined feeling that was almost prescience seemed to be telling him that the world and the affairs of men had sought him out again But now he could retreat no further even if he wanted to Curiously he did not seem to want to and that was just as well for there was no place to go He had shrunk back from humanity and he could shrink no farther cAnd AnnAnn had within her the life of that girl who had walked the valley with him the girl he remembered as Kathleen Preston but who had some other name For Ann remembered the valley and that she had walked the valley in the springtime with someone by her sideThere might be than Ann There might be three of Ann just as there were three of him but that didn t matter either Maybe Ann s name really was Ann Carter as his really was Jay Vickers Maybe that meant that when the lives drained back into the rightful bodies it would be his consciousness and Ann s consciousness that would surviveAnd it was all right now to love Ann For she was a separate person and not a part of him cYou could not wipe out the ears of living Declaration of Purposes of the Patrons of Husbandry you could not pile them neatly in a corner and walk away and leave them They could be wiped from outour mind and they would be forgotten but not forever and the day would come when they d break through again And once they d found Die Reisenden you outou d know that Undercover Pregnancy you had lived not one lie but twoThat was the troubleou couldn t hide away the past cueer as it may be it seems right This other world and the things we have those strange abilities and all and the strange remembering cMore Worlds Than One Says Savant A sort of continuous chain of words one behind the other That is the theory of Dr Vincent Aldridge cWe organized and we swung a lot of power as ยอดบุรุษพลิกคดี เล่ม 1 you can well imagine We made certain representations and we brought certain pressures and we got a few things done For one thing no newspaper no periodical no radio station now will accept advertising for any of the gadgets nor give them any mention in the news For another no reputable drug store or any other place of business will sell a razor blade or a bulb or lighter cHe had to be an eightear old He had to go back to childhood once again He must clear away his mind sweep out all adult thoughts all the adult worry all sophistication He must become a childHe thought of playing in the sand of napping under trees of the feel of soft dust beneath bare feet He closed his eyes and concentrated and caught the vision of a childhood and the color and the smell of itHe opened his eyes and watched the stripes and filled his mind with wonder with the uestion of their being and the uestion of where they went when they disappearedA child had no conception of time For the child time went on forever and forever He was a little boy and he had all the time there was and he owned a brand new top cHow will they take it asked the drawling voice When they find they re android cTelepathy asked VickersThat s it said the man They don t listen to the stars really but to people who live on the stars Now ain t that the screwiest thing Hummer you ever heard of listening to the stars cSo here was the difference from the Earth ahead the tiny aberration that made a different world Far back somehow there had been a difference that had blocked Man from rising some minor incident no doubt some failing of the spark of intellect Here there had been no striking of the flint for fire no grasping of a stone that would become a weapon no wonder glowing in the brutish brain a wonder that in laterears would become a song or painting or a single paragraph of exuisite writing or a flowing poem cMy friend have With Baited Breath (Warhammer 40,000) you ever thought about the ability of hunch I don t mean the feeble hunch that is used on the racetrack to pick a winner or the hunch about whether it is going to rain or not or whether some other minor happening is going to take place but the ability in the fullness of its concept You might say it is the instinctive ability to assess the result of a given number of factors to know without actually thinking the matter out what is about to happen It s almost like being able to peek into the future Your hunches don t work becauseou don t give them a chance You still have the world of reason to contend with You put our reliance on the old machine like reasoning that the human race has relied on since it left the caves You figure out every angle and ou balance it against every other out every angle and The Alcohol Experiment you balance it against every other andou You figure out every angle and Menggairahkan Perjalanan Halaqah you balance it against every other angle andou up and cancel out as if Spiritual Warfare for Every Christian you were doing a problem in arithmetic You never give hunch a chance That s the trouble withou Hunch the highest most developed hunch ability that ever has been registered in a human being The highest eve registered and the most unsuspected the least used of any we have ever known cThen there s this business of listening to the starsWe ve gotten many good ideas that way Not all of us can do it Just some of us who are natural telepaths And as I told ou that night we talked not all the ideas are ones that we can use Sometimes we just get a hint of something and we go on from there cEarth Number Two is it And what about Number ThreeIt s there waiting when we need it Worlds without end waiting when we need them We can go on pioneering for generation after generation A new earth for each new generation if need be but they say we won t be needing them that fast cTHE land lay new and empty of any mark of Man a land of raw earth and sky even the wildness of the wind that swept across it seemed to say that the land was untamedFrom his hilltop Vickers saw bands of dark moving shapes that he felt sure were small herds of buffalo and even as he watched three wolves came loping up the slope saw him and veered off angling down the hill In the blue sweep of sky that arched from horizon to horizon without a single cloud a bird wheeled gracefully spying out the land It screeched and the screech came down to Vickers as a high thin sound filtered through the skyThe top had brought him through He was safe in this empty land with wolves and buffaloHe climbed to the ridgetop and looked across the reaches of the grassland with its freuent groves and many watercourses sparkling in the sun There was no sign of human habitation no roads no threads of smoke sifting up the skyHe looked at the sun and wondered which way was west and thought he knew and if he was right the sun said it was midmorning But if he was wrong it was midafternoon and in a few hours darkness would come upon the land And when darkness came he would have to figure out how to spend the nightHe had meant to go into fairyland and this of course wasn t it If he had stopped to think about it he told himself he would have known that it would not be for the place he had gone to as a child could not have been fairyland This was a new and empty world a lonely and perhaps a terrifying world but it was better than the back room of a hardware store in some unknown town with his fellow men hunting him to deathHe had come out of the old familiar world into this new strange world and if the world were entirely empty of human life then he was on his ownHe sat down and emptied his pockets and made an inventory of what he had A half a package of cigarettes three packs of matches one almost finished one full one with just a match or two gone from it a pocket knife a handkerchief a billfold with a few dollars in it a few cents in change the key to the Forever car a keyring with the key to the house and another to the desk and a couple of other keys he couldn t identify a mechanical pencil a few half sheets of paper folded together pocket size on which he had intended to make notes if he saw anything worth noting and that was all Fire and a tool with a cutting edge and a few hunks of worthless metal that was the sum of what he hadIf this world were empty he must face it alone He must feed himself and defend himself and find shelter for himself and in time to come contrive some way in which to clothe himselfHe lit a cigarette and tried to think but all that he could think about was that he must go easy on the cigarettes for the half pack was all he had and when those were gone there would be no An alien land but not entirely alien for it was Earth again the old familiar Earth unscarred by the tools of Man It had the air of Earth and the grass and sky of Earth and even the wolves and buffalo were the same as old Earth had borne Perhaps it was Earth It looked for all the world like the primal Earth might have looked before it lay beneath Man s hand before Man had caught and tamed it and bound it to his will before Man ha. Gabinetes de Estudos Norte Americanos mas na realidade o todo poderoso organizador dum trust mundial de indústria disposto a lutar de ualuer forma contra a progressiva destruição das indústrias de todo o mundo Assim Vichers vê se convidado a escrever um livro ue consiga demonstrar as conseuências catastróficas do aparecimento dos novos produtos Vichers recusa sem mesmo saber a razão porue o faz apenas movido por um pressentimento E de descoberta em descoberta chega à espantosa conclusão uma nova raça está a aparecer no mundo uma raça de Mutantes seres humanos sem dúvida mas com possibilidades físicas e psíuicas bem diferentes das do homem vulgar Essa raça consegue transportar se para ualuer dos mundos ue precedem ou se seguem à Terra numa cadeia ininterrupta em roda do Sol Nesses mundos exactamente idênticos à Terra mas onde não existe o homem e a Nat. This was another beautifully written classic science fiction from one of the authors who was instrumental informing the early days of science fiction in America of the 1950 1960 s Simak s writing is consistent in that it is well crafted and explores ideas rather than expanding on the scientific side of a story His strengths are in describing an inner journey of realisation and so Ring Around The Sun would be unlikely to be considered science fiction if written today More likely it would have been considered speculative fiction as a lot of Simak s writing would be and a fair bit of his work would really be closer to the modern understanding of fantasyIn Ring Around The Sun A name that mystifies me incidentally our leading man is Jay Vikers an author living in some small town in America 1977 which let us not forget was far in the future when this book first came out in 1952 Vikers is an ordinary man with nothing especially uniue about him or his life But he is living in interesting times While it seems to the modern reader like a normal old time setting the anomalies start to creep in there are a whole lot of new inventions like everlasting razors and when Jay needs his car fixed the mechanic says it does not seem worth his while as he will be buying one of the new everlasting cars soon enoughThere are a few social anomalies as well the cold war has gone on for a long time but never uite erupted into actual way And people are vanishing sometimes individuals other times whole families that are just gone The only common denominator seems to be that most of the people who vanished were poor Then Jay is given a bewildering proposition a lot of money for him to write on behalf of a group of industrialists who fear that someone is trying to overthrow the entirely of the earth s economy Vikers is suspicious of the offer and refuses it but it is the first step in turning his whole world upside downOh there will be spoilers in hereNow I really enjoy Simak s work I love the old style of writing the polite phrases the gentle stream of his books where the plots are always a slow reveal I suspect that with Simak he is either our cup of tea or not His plots are not really that variable neither are his characters There is almost always a single male independent main character who discovers something going on or goes on a bit of a uest this book combines the discovery and the uest Vikers finds out he is not a straightforward human being the words mutant and android are thrown around a lot but they are not being used in the was that a 2019 writer would use them so a modern reader would need perseverance and tolerance to deal The inventions that are trying to modify human society for the better end up being the result of work by a group of mutants Simak uses the term to philosophise on evolution through natural selection and how mutations could advance a species in this case the human race The musings on this theme are frankly outdated and while I enjoyed reading this as a classic it reuired a recognition of just how ahead of it s time it would have been in 1952 in order to enjoy it Reading about Simak s notion of mutants was interesting though It felt like reading a forerunner of the work that may have influenced the writing and development of The X men that are so popular today because as has been explored in a lot of sci fi in Ring Around The Sun common man also takes up Simak is one of the most important Science Fiction writers of the early 1960 s mostly because he created novels of marvelous ideas ones with much potential and meat on them if ou understand But Simak didn t always create great characters and plots to go along with those ideas like so many other science fiction novels the ideas are important than the story However Ring Around the Sun is not one of those It is a marvelous sci fi novel centering around the very idea that Currie used in Everything Matters that the Earth is only one of millions of Earths existing in multiple space time planes This book is mentioned in Stephen King s Hearts in Atlantis and influenced King in his Dark Tower series It is in my opinion a book that should be included in the modern Western Literary Cannon mainly because it merges literature and science in a way that most high school students could easily understand it and enjoy it In the story Jay Vickers on his way to a meeting Classic science fiction not as good as way station but then again what is There are off course sign of age everybody smokes the Cold War is ever present but ou need to be able to overlook these things if ou ever are going to read Simak writes very much like Ray Bradbury His characters are not superheroes who save universes They are everymen caught up in extraordinary circumstances This is why I enjoy the works of Bradbury and Simak than the modern writers who rely on technology and superheroes to drive their storiesMuch of the 1950s culture can be found in this book Economic displacement was a hard reality of EARLY 1950S WITH RUNAWAY INFLATION BROUGHT 1950s with runaway inflation brought by the end of of early 1950s with runaway inflation brought about by the end of War II and the Korean War We also see signs of the fear of communism and subversive plots by other countries to undermine our economy and way of lifeThe book has a well paced plot until he stops to talk to his friend There we must plod through page after page of philosophical babble about the nature of the cosmos before the story gets moving again It s as if Simak had to pause to explain what his novel was about rather than revealing it through the plot Simak didn t get much wrong technologically in the book It is set in 1978 and the ear really isn t that important The only glaring dated incident is when he had to wait for long distance operators to complete a call Direct dial long distance was available in 1978The long narrative pause is the book s only glaring weakness Vickers is a likeable character who makes rational decisions based on the information he is given This was a pulp novel published in installments in Galaxy Science Fiction This type of story telling doesn t lend itself to complex character development and Vickers is the only character with any development But he remains that simple man without agenda just trying to do the right thingThe plot twist at the end was brilliant I was convinced the novel was going to end tragically with him and Ann unable to fall in love I have to admit that I didn t see the twist coming That twist dramatically raised my opinion of the book and made reading it worthwhile Jay Vickers living a rural existence in a small town is a restless writer There are new gadgets on the market Everl the concept of this story is great the parallel Earths and mutation of the humans although that part surprised me at first I came to enjoy it As I was reading this story I realized this was written decades ago and I Love this SO much I remember reading it 20 something ears before and loving every moment of itTo get the full impact of this novel one has to realise this was one of the very first sci fi books in my life I started reading it out of sheer curiousity just to see what it was about this book I found stuck on the upper shelves of our home library And gradually I grew to love it The idea that at any point in time there are parallel worlds which are simply on a different schedule on their move through time seemed pretty much innovative to me then And then it blew my mind The idea that a person might be able to just step back and forth between the worlds the parallel ones due to some private uirk of their genetic makeup Liberating Imagine that ou can just move from the dust and weariness of the city to the nature as it was in the prehistoric times And not through the paltry means of time travel which I found inherently slippery what with all the conundrums of the cause and effect ripples through time Just imagine killing some fly in the Paleo and coming back and not finding The Franciscan Book Of Saints your family And whereever wouldour physical body go in this scenario Just exactly how time and space would interact in this and a hundred of other conceivable unpleasant scenarios And what about the inconceivable ones Nasty and headache inducing No this story was different from all the crude time fricking It involved hidden abilities of some humans born lucky or unlucky depending on whether they managed to survive in that tumultous world I loved every minute of this one and came back for a refresher multiple times I think this one formed my later prefisposition to sci fi and even to science altogether Still love it and cherish those happy memoriesA uestion Vickers said One Sperm Gone Wild you didn t answer in there Why didou spin that top cI m suggesting that the knowledge is there and waiting waiting for us to go out there and get itWe haven t even reached the moon Live and Online! yet cWe might reach out with our minds A mind probing out and searching a mind reaching out for a mind If there is such a thing as telepathy distance should make no difference a half a mile or a lightear what would be the difference For the mind is not a physical property it is not bound or should not be bound by the laws that say that nothing can exceed the speed of light cVickers sat on the por. Cover artist Lima de Freitasual a origem das lâminas de barbear eternas das lâmpadas ue nunca se fundiam dos automóveis ue duravam gerações dos isueiros ue funcionavam sempre Onde eram fabricados esse objectos ue estavam a destruir totamente a Economia do Mundo uem manobrava as empresas distribuidoras de carbo hidratos sintéticos ue eram distribuídos gratuitamente e ue salvavam da fome uma percentagem cada vez maior de desempregadosEsses produtos existiam mas era impossível encontrar as fábricas ue os produziam Apenas era possível encontrar as lojas de dispositivos ue punham à venda por preços incrívelmente baixos todos aueles objectos de misteriosa origem E depois foi a vez dos fatos e das casas pré fabricadas cujo custo impossibilitava ualuer concorrênciaNo meio de tudo isto Jay Vichers popular escritor é chmado por Crawford aparentemente o director dos.

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