The Last Machine in the Solar System by Matthew Issac Sobin

Hey Jared,

thelastmachineinthesolarsystemThis was just a neat little book I found at the library.

It’s a bit of a melancholy tale. No blue skies and roses here, but it is thought provoking. We as a species have trouble seeing beyond ourselves, children or grandchildren. So this sort of serves as a warning more than an accurate portrayal of our future. We have the technology, right now, to send humans to other starts. The biggest hurdles being cost and infrastructure but the book indicates that big projects have been accomplished in the millions of years it would take to get to where the book would theoretically start. The expansion of the sun.

Either way, this book was tiny and it was worth the read so if you can find it at your local library you should definitely give it a shot.

Robert


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