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Ace, Avon, Ballantine, Bantam, Berkley, Dell, Fawcett Gold Medal, Gold Eagle, Lancer, Panther, Penguin, Perma, Pocket Books, Pyramid, Signet--just a few trade publishers of science fiction paperbacks. They featured the giants of science fiction: Isaac Asimov, Ray Bradbury, Arthur C. Clarke, Ray Cummings, Philip K. Dick, Philip José Farmer, Fred Hoyle, Fritz Leiber, Clifford D. Simak, Theodore Sturgeon. Here are some covers from the days of paperback popularity.
Annus mirabilis-1905 March is a time of transition winter and spring commence their struggle between moments of ice and mud a robin appears heralding the inevitable life stumbling from its slumber it was in such a period of change in 1905 that the House of Physics would see its Newtonian axioms of an ordered universe collapse into a new frontier where the divisions of time and space matter and energy were to blend as rain and wind in a storm that broke loose within the mind of Albert Einstein where Brownian motion danced seen and unseen, a random walk that became his papers marching through science reshaping the very fabric of the universe we have come to know we all share a common ancestor a star long lost in the eons of memory and yet in that commonality nature demands a permutation a perchance genetic roll of the dice which births a new vision lifting us temporarily from the mystery exposing some of the roots to our existence only to raise a plethora of more questions as did the papers of Einstein in 1905