The Forever Machine
by Mark Clifton, Frank Riley
Publisher: Gerard Arthus 1958
Number of pages: 163
The government ordered it built: a thinking machine that could foresee catastrophe and eliminate human error. Research trainee Joe Carter sees another possibility -- create a machine that will make ordinary people telepathic -- and immortal.
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