The sequel to Code of the Lifemaker, which takes place on a planet
inhabited by conscious androids who evolved from robots sent to the planet millions
of years prior. This story describes the advanced race (which the evolved androids
in their primary religion call the Lifemaker) who sent out space probes to find
raw materials and establish automated mining operations. The solar system of the
Lifemaker race is extinguished, but a dozen of them escape as computer-resident
personalities on an intergalactic space ship, which eventually arrives at the same
planet as the evolved androids. It is a great satire on religious credulity.
Year Read: 2001
Libertarian Essays by Roy Halliday
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