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READ ´ The Caves of Steel ↠ 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 Like most people leLike most people left behind on an over populated Earth New York City police detective Elijah Baley had little love for either the arrogant Spacers or their robotic companions But when a prominent Spacer is murdered under mysterious circumstances Baley is ordered to the Outer Worlds to help track down the ki. While detective novels aren't my thing at the moment I'm still trying I love Isaac Asimov's books His worlds explanations AIs and situations he writes are genius and can keep me interested even if it's the type of story I don't usually read

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Ller The relationship between Life and his Spacer superiors who distrusted all Earthmen was strained from the start Then he learned that they had assigned him a partner R Daneel Olivaw Worst of all was that the R stood for robot and his positronic partner was made in the image and likeness of the murder vict. Donald Hillary Gary and Jill are drinking wine playing Twister listening to Coltrane and discussing Isaac Asimov’s 1954 novel Caves of SteelHillary One of my favorite Asimov stories is the eulogy Vonnegut said for him as the mourners are gathered he said “Well he’s in heaven now”Donald Hilarious Hillary I rolled a blue left foot so let me just slide this way Funny that you mention Heaven as Asimov used much of this futuristic story as a way to discuss some Biblical issuesJill Yellow right hand Uggh ‘Scuse me Gary also this could be seen as a repudiation of the Bible and of organized religion as a whole as Asimov has the Spacers clearly a better option than the backwards earthlings and he even backwards Medeivalists He also describes over population and stringent measures to survive rater than obvious and successful methods utilized by the SpacersGary Asimov had clearly read the Bible he had several informed sections about the Jezebel story Really I thought that the best part of this book was Asimov’s excellent world building where people lived in huge mega cities and there is a whole separate space colony culture and then OF COURSE the robots; the laws of robots was wildly influential on later writers and even other mediaJill Absolutely The murder mystery is kind of secondary to Asimov path finding for later writers like Philip K Dick and Robert Silverberg and really a host of other writersDonald Not much action this is a lot of Asimov describing his futuristic world Green left hand there’s no way I can reach thatColtrane’s Afro Blue serenades Donald as he stretches for green and falls crushing Hillary and JillGary Hey I win And Asimov was a winner with this archetypal sci fi gem

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The Caves of SteelA 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. The Caves of Steel Robot #1 Isaac AsimovThe Caves of Steel is a novel by American writer Isaac Asimov It is essentially a detective story and illustrates an idea Asimov advocated that science fiction can be applied to any literary genre rather than just a limited genre In this novel Isaac Asimov introduces Elijah Baley and R Daneel Olivaw later his favorite protagonists They live roughly three millennia in Earth's future a time when hyperspace travel has been discovered and a few worlds relatively close to Earth have been colonized—fifty planets known as the Spacer worlds The Spacer worlds are rich have low population density average population of one hundred million each and use robot labor heavily Meanwhile Earth is overpopulated with a total population of eight billion and strict rules against robots have been passed The Caves of Steel are vast city complexes covered by huge metal domes capable of supporting tens of millions In The Caves of Steel and its seuels the first of which is The Naked Sun Asimov paints a grim situation of an Earth dealing with an extremely large population and of luxury seeking Spacers who limit birth to permit great wealth and privacy Asimov who described himself as a claustrophile mentioned that a reader asked him how he could have imagined such an existence with no sunlight and related that it had not struck him until then that living perpetually indoors might be construed as unpleasant تاریخ نخستین خوانش ماه سپتامبر سال 1991 میلادیعنوان غارهای پولادی؛ نویسنده آیزاک آسیموف؛ مترجم شهریار بهترین؛ تهران، آواره، 1363، در 398ص؛ داستانهای علمی تخیلی؛ سده ی 20مماجراهای داستان در آینده‌ ای بسیار دور رخ می‌دهد در آینده‌ ای خیالی، ساختار جامعه‌ ی زمین، فرهنگ و شرایط زندگی مردم، بسیار متفاوت از زندگی امروزین است در دنیای آینده‌ ی غارهای پولادی، مردمان زمین، در شهرهای سرپوشیده‌ ای زندگی می‌کنند، که آن را غارهای پولادی می‌نامند مدت‌ها پیش از زمان داستان، عده‌ ای از مردمان زمین به فضا مهاجرت کرده، و پنجاه کره را، در فضا مسکونی کرده‌ اند مهاجران با دستکاری ژنتیکی خود، و دستکاری محیط زیستشان، طول عمر خود را نیز افزایش داده، و در واقع تبدیل به ابرانسان‌هایی شده‌ اند، که نیاکان خود در زمین را خرد و کوچک می‌شمارند شخصیتهای محوری داستان کارآگاهی به نام الیاس بیلی، و روباتی به نام آر دنیل الیواو هستند زمین در سالی نامعلوم، حول و حوش 2600میلادی تا 3000میلادی است، که از سوی نویسنده، به درستی مشخص نمیشودتعداد انسانهای زمینی، به مرز هشت میلیارد نفر رسیده، و به همین دلیل با کمبود شدید منابع مواجه است پس کشاورزی جدیدی که حاصل شیمی آلی پیشرفته آن روزگاران است، ابداع شده، و غذای همه ی آدمیان را از مخمرها درست میکنند کشوری با مرزبندی کنونی، ظاهرا وجود ندارد، و تنها شهرهای خودمختار وجود دارند، که همه جای