Eric Schaller on Science's Bleeding Edges

The Clarion Blog has an ongoing feature, Spec Tech, where real, live scientist people write about science in a way that might inspire aspiring science fiction writers. 

This week, Eric Schaller, who has written here at The Mumpsimus about Stanislaw Lem, contributes a post about zombies the "bleeding edge" of science.  Bloody good stuff!


  1. I love the fact that you have an identifying label for posts of 'not zombies'. It reminds me of a friend who said that the world could be divided into those who had 'seen' or 'not seen' the movie Naked Lunch.



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