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A dilemma in the Nebula! Two spaceships meet in deep space. How do they establish trust, not only between their two crews, but also between their home worlds? A classic puzzle. The only way to warn home would be to return, and how do you know you were not being followed? Trade would be desirable, but how can you base an exchange of knowledge on unfounded trust?
"One of the Best Sci-Fi Short Stories I Have Read"
An anthology of exceptional Science Fiction short stories. Volume 5. Themes: Oops!; What if you're the only ram amongst the sheep?; Be wary of a corporate analyst.
An anthology of exceptional Science Fiction short stories. Volume 4: The Earth is a non-renewable resource, overpopulation is problematic, when only the war machines are left. Stories include "The Dwindling Sphere" by Willard Hawkins, "Billennium" by J. G. Ballard, and "Rust" by Joseph E. Kelleam.
An anthology of exceptional science-fiction short stories, Volume 3. Themes: It could happen to our Sun; to whom does the future belong? We attempt it because it's there. Contents: "N Day" by Philip Latham; "The Figure" by Edward Grendon; "Brightside Crossing" by Alan E. Nourse.
A satirical telling of the author's experiences as a Drivers Ed instructor. Being an instructor for a private Drivers Education company sounded like the launch of a career that would last a lifetime.... Not! Thomas's "carma", was a short, but colorful, stint in the instructor's seat. The author learned more than he wanted about driving cars better suited for the junk yard, nice kids with angry parents, suburban angst, and being a buckled-in therapist.
How do you prevent terrorists from causing massive disruption by smuggling an atomic bomb into New York City? You could decentralize industry, or you could examine everything coming into the city. Either way, the challenge is immense, and failure would be a nightmare.