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          <h1>ISAAC ASIMOV</h1>
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            <h3><em>"Self-education is, I firmly believe, the only kind of education there is."</em></h3>        
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                <p class="text-justify">At least, that's according to Isaac Asimov, one of the 20th Century's best-known science fiction authors, who in 1964 published an essay predicting what our world would look like today.</p>
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       <h2><em>Some of his beautiful works</em></h2>
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               <h3 class="text-center">Foundation </h3>
               <p class="text-justify">For twelve thousand years the Galactic Empire has ruled supreme. Now it is dying. But only Hari Sheldon, creator of the revolutionary science of psychohistory, can see into the future--to a dark age of ignorance, barbarism, and warfare that will last thirty thousand years...</p>
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               <h3 class="text-center">Fundantion and Earth</h3>
               <p class="text-justify">The fifth novel in Asimov's popular Foundation series opens with second thoughts. Councilman Golan Trevize is wondering if he was right to choose a collective mind as the best possible future for humanity over the anarchy of contentious individuals, nations and planets...</p>
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               <p class="text-justify">A millennium into the future two advancements have altered the course of human history:  the colonization of the galaxy and the creation of the positronic brain.  Isaac Asimov's Robot novels chronicle the unlikely partnership between a New York City detective and a humanoid robot who must learn to work together.</p>
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         <p>Why is  science fiction magazines my favorites? For one thing I got the idea all at once and didn't have to fiddle with it; and I wrote it in white-heat and scarcely had to change a word. This sort of thing endears any story to any writer.</p>
         <p>Then, too, it has had the strangest effect on my readers. Frequently someone writes to ask me if I can give them the name of a story, which they 'think' I may have written, and tell them where to find it. They don't remember the title but when they describe the story it is invariably "The Last Question". This has reached the point where I recently received a long-distance phone call from a desperate man who began, 'Dr. Asimov, there's a story I think you wrote, whose title I can't remember—' at which point I interrupted to tell him it was "The Last Question" and when I described the plot it proved to be indeed the story he was after. I left him convinced I could read minds at a distance of a thousand miles.</p>
         <footer>-Asimov wrote of it in 1973</footer>
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           <h3 class="text-center">Here's Some of his Awars and Recognitions</h3>
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             <li><b>1957</b>-Thomas Alva Edison Foundation Award, for Building Blocks of the Universe</li>
             <li><b>1960</b>-Howard W. Blakeslee Award from the American Heart Association for The Living River</li>
             <li><b>1962 </b>-Boston University's Publication Merit Award</li>
             <li><b>1963 </b>-special Hugo Award for "adding science to science fiction" for essays published in the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction</li>
             <li><b>1963</b>-Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences</li>
             <li><b>1964</b>-The Science Fiction Writers of America voted "Nightfall" (1941) the all-time best science fiction short story</li>
             <li><b><b>1965</b></b>–James T. Grady Award of the American Chemical Society (now called the James T. Grady-James H. Stack Award for Interpreting Chemistry)</li>
             <li><b>1966</b> – Best All-time Novel Series Hugo Award for the Foundation series</li>
             <li><b>1967</b> – Westinghouse Science Writing Award</li>
             <li><b>1967</b> – Edward E. Smith Memorial Award</li>
             <li><b>1972</b> – Nebula Award for Best Novel for The Gods Themselves</li>
             <li><b>1973</b> – Hugo Award for Best Novel for The Gods Themselves</li>
             <li><b>1973</b> – Locus Award for Best Science Fiction Novel for The Gods Themselves</li>
             <li><b>1975</b> – Klumpke-Roberts Award</li>
             <li><b>1977</b> – Hugo Award for Best Novelette for The Bicentennial Man</li>
             <li><b>1977</b> – Nebula Award for Best Novelette for The Bicentennial Man</li>
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           <h3>If you have time, you should read more about this incredible human being on his <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isaac_Asimov" target="_blank">Wikipedia entry</a></h3>
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