Half Past Human

Half Past Human by Tj bass

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Tinker was a Good Citizen of the hive, he had no choice. The time had come to give up his neuter status and become polarized. The Big Earth Society wanted Tinker to mate. But no one had prepared T inker for sexual activation, nor for a woman like Mu Ren. From that moment on, Tinker was no longer a Good Citizen of the hive. Suddenly Tinker knew he wanted more. He wanted out. Tinker had become a man.

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Thomas J.

Bassler is an American science fiction writer who wrote science fiction under the pseudonym T. J.

Bass / TJ Bass . He has co-authored several popular science books on nutrition and exercise. He is also known as one of the pioneers of the movement for a healthy lifestyle through running. Born July 7, 1932 in Clinton, Iowa, USA. Studied at St. Ambrose and the University of Iowa. Received a Doctor of Medicine degree in 1959. In 1961-1964 he worked in Los Angeles as a deputy forensic expert, after which he began the private practice of a pathologist. He made his debut in fiction in 1968, but in the mid-1970s he stopped writing and lived on the Pavlos Verdes Peninsula in California. The first story "Star Mange" was published in If magazine under its own name. Over the course of several years, several more novels, short stories and two novels "Half Superman" and "God-Kit" were published. In the novels, the action takes place in the future, where there are no animals ...

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Thomas J. Bassler is an American science fiction writer who wrote science fiction under the pseudonym T. J. Bass / TJ Bass . He has co-authored several popular science books on nutrition and exercise. He is also known as one of the pioneers of the movement for a healthy lifestyle through running. Born July 7, 1932 in Clinton, Iowa, USA. Studied at St. Ambrose and the University of Iowa. Received a Doctor of Medicine degree in 1959. In 1961-1964 he worked in Los Angeles as a deputy forensic expert, after which he began the private practice of a pathologist. He made his debut in fiction in 1968, but in the mid-1970s he stopped writing and lived on the Pavlos Verdes Peninsula in California. The first story "Star Mange" was published in If magazine under its own name. Over the course of several years, several more novels, short stories and two novels "Half Superman" and "God-Kit" were published. In the novels, the action takes place in the future, where there are no animals anymore, there is not enough food, where humanity lives in underground metropolises, overpopulated and fragmented into classes: someone as cattle for food, someone as workers, etc. And this "brave new world" coexists through the efforts of computer intelligence that controls the Earth. Man is nothing, the powerful Hive system is everything. The dilogy shows one of the options for the development of a technological society, the overpopulation of which destroys all living things on its way. The first novel tells the story of an overpopulated Earth inhabited by four-toed mutants living in underground cities of refuge. A super-powerful computer creates minimal comfort for the inhabitants of the underworld, and as a sport, the most privileged of them are licensed to hunt “normal people” living in a state of barbarism on the surface. But the fate of the latter is not entirely hopeless: some of them on the cyborg starship "Olga" wander in space in search of a new planet for living. In the novel-continuation, the hero from the future close to us plunges into suspended animation and after millennia of sleep wakes up in a world not far from the one described in the first book. The electric “brother” of “Olga`s”, a giant cyborg whale, plows the expanses of the oceans, which have become lifeless, in search of a new population - “amphibians”, and finds them in the finale. Returns from space travels and "Olga", people move to the archipelagos, where the revival of "normal" biological life and the associated civilization. He died on December 13, 2011 in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.