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Some Science Fiction Stories

Because a change in ideation (thinking, opinion, attitude, knowledge, concepts, etc.) is required, in the reader first of all, and ultimately in every world-citizen, it seems workable to mould it in a rough sketch of different societies by way of a science fictional story (i.e. by aid of common sense, known facts and our 'reality'). Basically they should be constructed from 'the' social foundation for living together on one planet i.e. the rights and duties of man, or in other words fundamental ethics. Let us take a most primitive one, and a most scientifical (commonsensical, rational) or sophisticated one, although I am no match for the other science fiction writers.

Ven 2007-09-11