Megalomaniacs and Gigantophobics - Science Fiction Extracts

The Gigantophobics are afraid of power, even if it is for their own good. And the Megalomaniacs are the alter egos of the author. His addiction to improve the world he lives out (fortunately) only in his phantasy but (unfortunately) he cannot – due to lack of time, talent and training – pour into (recognized) literary forms. Thus, he invented a new genre, the Science Fiction Extract. This forms the core, the essence, the concept of future novels and short stories. To read them is not easy like to digest a can of condensed milk. Nevertheless, whoever likes hardcore science fiction and is not seeking just for shallow entertainment, will like his ideas, thoughts, and logical inferences.

And perhaps one day a real writer could appear who infuses the extracts with water, dialogues, character illustrations and plot details. Alternatively, the author enrolls for Literature after his retirement and becomes a writer himself.

Andy S. Falkner

Andy S. Falkner is of course a pseudonym. So much can be told about the author that he is a mathematician and full-time university professor for Computer Science. He has published mainly textbooks. His Science Fiction Extracts have been published in his mother tongue, in German and in English in his own translation als e-books.

Released on Amazon Kindle in English

3. The Data Miner
26. Darkness and Light
28. The Monocule
29. Slow and Fast
31. Artificial Evolution

Released on Amazon Kindle in German

  1. Virtual Survival
  2. Space Tourism
  3. The Data Miner (also in English)
  4. The Isothermoid(s)
  5. The Isothermoid (2)
  6. *humane Globalization
  7. The Attractor
  8. The Fall of Inferium
  9. Moebius Space-Time
  10. Risk Technology
  11. Pax
  12. Information Sustainment Instinct
  13. Brain Power
  14. Number-War
  15. Big Bangs
  16. Brain Ball
  17. Cosmic Encounter
  18. Lord of Two Worlds
  19. Happy Family
  20. Artificial and Natural Intelligence
  21. Science Fiction Virtual
  22. Transcendence
  23. The King and His Steward
  24. The Law of Conservation of Reality
  25. Monopole
  26. Darkness and Light (also in English)
  27. Conflict
  28. The Monocule (also in English)
  29. Slow and Fast (also in English)
  30. The General Secretary
  31. Artificial Evolution (also in English)
  32. Virtual Realities
  33. Expertise 1999

In English

The Monocule Artificial Evolution Darkness and Light  Slow and Fast The Data Miner 34 (Almost) almighty mathematics

In German

1. Virtuelles Überleben 2. Weltraumtourismus 3. Datengräber 4. Der/Die/Das Isothermoid(e) 5. Der Isothermoid (2) 6. *humane Globalisierung 7. Der Attraktor 8. Der Fall des Inferiums 9. Möbius-Raumzeit 10. Risikotechnologie 11. Pax 12. Informationserhaltungsinstinkt 13. Gehirnkraft 14. Zahlenkrieg 15. Urknalle 16. Gehirnball 17. Kosmische Begegnung 18. Herr zweier Welten 19. Glückliche Familie 20. Künstliche und natürliche Intelligenz 21. Science Fiction virtuell 22. Transzendenz 23. Der König und sein Verwalter 24. Das Gesetz der Wirklichkeitserhaltung 25. Monopol 26. Dunkelheit und Licht 27. Konflikt28. Das Monokül 29. Langsam und schnell 30 Der Generalsekretär 31. Künstliche Evolution 33. Gutachten 1999



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(Almost) Almighty Mathematics

Science Fiction Monologue (Volume 34), 2015 németül Ungarisch

Not even a mathematician does always know where his researches are going to lead. He only gets a good idea of how cybernetics, functional theory and fractals are related; he programs it, makes the whole thing going over Wikipedia and watches his semantic network swelling. He only likes the beauty of science. Useful is also a good friend with good beers listening to the theory and giving advices how he can break in into databases. Then the whole structure vanishes in the depths of the Internet and it turns out to what extent math is all-powerful.


Science Fiction Extract (Volume 37), 2011, németül

While the electromagnetic radiation (heat, light, etc.) supports entropy, for increasing complexity a complementary phenomenon is necessary. Just like this one enabled the evolution on Earth, under different circumstances a very different kind of complexity arises. What happens when mankind arrives there? Is some kind of cooperation possible? Some certainly. But can it be called cooperation?

Artificial and Natural Intelligence németül Ungarisch

Science Fiction Monologue (Volume 20), 2012

Is there a reason why an AI robot wanted to become a man? At most to understand him.

Artificial Evolution németül

Science Fiction Monologue (Volume 31), 2014

The creation of an artificial intelligence meeting the Turing test is a technical-scientific challenge of the future. If this succeeds, it will revolutionize the entire human culture and also develop itself further; its limit is only the available computing capacity. It will promote the technical development so that it could postpone this limit virtually to infinity. Whether on this way a qualitative leap takes place which can be interpreted as some „becoming conscious“, or is it all just a simulation in an ever growing hyper computer inside of an asteroid? According to its (his?) own opinion, if at all, only after a centuries long development. Researches on chronions (time particles) allow passing the time on the asteroid (much) faster. However, something unexpected happens, and a more interesting question arises.

The Attractor németül Ungarisch

Mathematical Fiction Monologue (Volume 7), 2012

Is there only that exists? Or also that there could be? The Attractor (a term from the world of fractals) waits for his incarnation. Until then, he passes over his mathematical insights to you–and that out of pure altruism.

Big Bangs németül Ungarisch

Science Fiction Monologue (Volume 15), 2013

How long an intergalactic travel does take? One can never know. If the pilot is out of luck, he lands between two galaxies and discovers extraterrestrial intelligence on a lost planet. It tries to find contact to him through prime numbers. But what does that have to do with Big Bangs in plural?

Brain Ball németül Ungarisch

Psychosexual Science Fiction (Volume 16), 2008

Gene treatment keeps young. Then the sexy in-law becomes dangerous. Especially if the future holds also other means for prolonging life, like the Brain Ball. Here, science fiction and sexual fantasies are mixing almost up to incest.

Brain Power németül Ungarisch

 Science Fiction Story (Volume 13), 2012

Do the alien invaders want conquer the earth, exploit humanity or propel us something completely unintelligible? Their way of thinking is not comprehensible, only their results: the Brain Power. It remains, even after their withdrawal.

Conflict németül

Science Fiction Monologue (Volume 27), 2013

If someone comes to consciousness alone in the Oort Cloud and can observe its environment only through its gravitational changes, he only knows »I« and not »we.« Then it is hard to communicate with humanity without a conflict.

Cosmic Encounter németül Ungarisch

Science Fiction Extract (Volume 17), 2011

»Encounters of the Third Kind« means abduction by a UFO. If it is discharged from a bombshell, it is voluntary. Especially if the woman recently has been a homeless alcoholic, whose mind and body have been renewed on the UFO–under the condition that she cooperates. Also the kidnapped university professor is supposed to cooperate, and then he gets a new mission for life: winning the influential and the powerful of Earth to cooperate. But with whom? And who gives the task? We are obviously not alone, even if one only notices it at the end.

Darkness and Light németül

Science Fiction Monologue (Volume 26), 2013

Is it boring when there is nothing around you? Not if you have an unlimited information processing capacity and can think out all sorts of things: bodies, effects, math. Especially if one is not one but several. The configuration is a surprising prequel to… guess what?

The Data Miner németül Ungarisch

Science Fiction Monologue (Volume 3), 2011

The disabled computer scientist gathers knowledge by evaluating data. And that not by himself, but his artificially-intelligent programs and virtual communities of dissocialized freaks. How much power he can acquire it and where this abundance of power might lead? The laws of Chaos determine his fate.

Expertise 1999 németül

Fiction Science Report (Volume 33), 1995

Even in the Galactic Year 1999 one writes PhD theses; they must be reviewed by professors. The dissertation »Model Simulation of a Pseudo-Industrial Multi-Society« reveals interesting backgrounds.

The Fall of Inferium németül Ungarisch

Science Fiction Extract (Volume 8), 2002

Traveling faster than light is impossible in Einstein’s universe–at least for matter. But information could be transmitted in zero time and then the galaxy-spanning empire is still conceivable. But how power could be maintained without transfer of matter? Through information as means of payment. At least until matter yet can be transported, at least virtually.

The General Secretary németül

Science Fiction Novel (Volume 30), 1996/2003

Who would not like to be the lord of the world?

Well, whoever is honest to himself can see immediately that he would then cause significantly more damage than good, even for himself. If desires get fulfilled, one should ask for wisdom like Solomon, as well as money, friends, resources for the implementation of his decisions the same, but mainly that we are free of the indwelling egoism, of the aggression, insatiability, malice. Only a Superman is able to cope with the responsibility that belongs to the total authority.

In the person of the General Secretary, the dream of many people met (and primarily the one of the author). Because of a genetic mutation his brain partition where others carry their subconscious mind and their emotions, carries his intelligence. He hides his special abilities consciously from his childhood on; together with his twin sister, they develop their own language, their own subculture. He understands the thoughts of his fellow men not by mystical mumbo jumbo but by mental capacity: he catches on the motivation of their actions. Resulting of his Jewish ancestry and connections, he wins primarily an economic and later an unrestricted political influence as General Secretary of the UN. Being free of any emotion and lust for power he decides purely intellectually to offer his skills for serving Humanity. With his sister-partner, and later with their artificially conceived children they want to build a rational world.

Do reach pure reason and full freedom from egoism for that? Or are there some other, overrational factors in mankind’s history sliding out of the perspective of the General Secretary? The story projected into the future by two generations gives an insight into the possibilities of technical, social and economic development. It contains scientifically based ideas of the author like the giant power plant in the Sahara, through which solar energy replaces oil, the bacestible and space food solving the problems of famines, or alton using alcoholism for curtailing demographic explosion. Among others, we learn the fiction science (the popular version of fantastic scientific publications), chaos theory, prophecies about the Antichrist, the most beautiful ski resorts of Europe and notch writing on electronic paper reforming communication. Furthermore, the novel reflects the perhaps not uninteresting for the reader views of an amateur author, living in Germany (full-time university professor for Computer Science) about the world, about morality, about the rules of coexistence, about God.

Happy Family németül Ungarisch

Fantasy Story (Volume 19), 1993

A letter, a phone call, a neighbor–all that can interfere with the happiness of a family. Only a miracle might help: everything disappearing outside of own premises in a golden mist. For survival, it is necessary that the laws of nature change and the family members, too.

*humane Globalization németül Ungarisch

Science Fiction Story (Volume 6), 2011

The future vision of a scientist in the future: Humanity will become superfluous in the universe. But his terminal illness brings him to a different idea.

Information Sustainment Instinct németül Ungarisch

Science Fiction Story (Volume 12), 1995

Little Esther is exposed to the information condensing effect of a SETI-source and becomes a genius. Because other children do so too, she is the last Nobel Prize winner: The radiation from afar changes humanity. What is its calling and destiny?

The Isothermoid(s) németül Ungarisch

Science Fiction Story (Volume 4), 2011

In the Universe we are the only ones. Unless we interpret certain phenomena as war against us. But who runs it? The isothermoid? Or the Isothermoid? Or the Isothermoids?

The Isothermoid (2) németül Ungarisch

Science Fiction Monologue (Volume 5), 2011

In the Universe, we are the only ones. Unless we interpret certain phenomena as war against us. Who runs it? From his perspective, it looks amazingly different. But is it true?

The King and His Steward Németül Ungarisch

Fantasy Story (Volume 23), 2010

The migration of the passionate do-gooder from village to village and finally to the Town leads to his indictment and deserved condemnation. The King offers him grace and appointment as his Deputy. Is the Steward going to be worth of his confidence?

The Law of Conservation of Reality németül

Science Fiction Monologue (Volume 24), 2008

The time traveler seduces his grandmother so she cannot meet his grandfather. What happens then? Nothing. But he ruins everything–at least for those who read it.

Lord of Two Worlds németül Ungarisch

Science Fiction Story (Volume 18), 2011

It’s hard to write novels about a place where nothing happens. Or at least almost nothing, because at almost zero degrees everything freezes. But superconductivity allows intelligence that can even conquer the distant Earth.

The Monocule Németül Ungarisch

Science Fiction Monologue (Volume 28), 1988

Humanity has been split: in heroes and consumers. The heroes do research (as well as on monocules for the production of intelligent leg prosthesis, for example) and work in space, while also accidents can happen. Jon therefore needs dentures. A heroic battle begins to dominate them. Who wins in the end: Jon or the Monocule?

Monopole németül

Science Fiction Monologue (Volume 25), 2011

The Dream Pill gives to man his dreams. The pharmaceutical empire resulting from the profit changes not only the public health system but also the industry, economic life, the whole civilization. But Paradise is not without side effects: The unleashed creativity has its price. Now the fate of humanity depends on a signature. Will it be affected by the private life of the Monopole?

Moebius Space-Time németül Ungarisch

Science Fiction Monologue (Volume 9), 2005

The Space Distorter makes it possible: Mankind has scattered in space and time. Occasionally, two ships meet and exchange (long obsolete) news: The Sun has become Nova. A lone traveler breaks out of the Universe. There something Möbius-like awaits him.


Number-War németül Ungarisch

Science Fiction Monologue (Volume 14), 2013

Starts mathematics with 1, 2, 3? No, if one has no clear boundaries. Other life forms can think continuously and be annoyed by the digitization mania of man.

Pax németül Ungarisch

Science Fiction Monologue (Volume 11), 2012

He doesn’t have to impose others by his will: they just do what he wants and that from childhood on. Then it is not difficult to realize world peace. At least as long...

Risk Technology németül Ungarisch

Science Fiction Monologue (Volume 10), 2012

Physics is a dirty, Mathematics is a clean science: Physics can overthrow (e.g. with the atomic bomb) to ruin the world. And Mathematics?

Science Fiction Virtual németül Ungarisch

Science Fiction Extract (Volume 21), 2004

Writers of the Future work unlike Thomas Mann: their intelligent agents and avatars produce multimedia works, in which you can immerse yourself superficial or deep depending on your interest and level of education. Also to play along, especially when the writer himself immersed in the Virtual Reality.

Slow and Fast németül

Science Fiction Monologue (Volume 29), 2014

Someone is watching. He knows everything about us. But we know nothing of him, because he reacts so slowly that we do not perceive him. Maybe someday he in his wrath thinks out something that we will eventually pay attention to him.

Space Tourism németül Ungarisch

Science Fiction Monologue (Volume 2), 2011

Old people move to Space Place where they can spend their last years free of gravity and weight. Visiting grandchildren generate space tourism. This will also result in a space industry, pursuing new developments for traveling throughout the whole Solar System. Is the journey to Saturn’s rings but worth the money?

Transcendence németül Ungarisch

Science Fiction Monologue (Volume 22), 2012

There are more than what we can see–even in our immediate environment. It would like to talk to us, if only we would listen to him.

Virtual Realities

Science Fiction Movie Extract (Volume 32), 1989

A film for Steven Spielberg–at least as an extract. Teenagers playing fascinating VR games and experience in the end a surprise.

Virtual Survival németül Ungarisch

Science Fiction Monologue (Volume 1), 2012

The universe is a boring place: everywhere much the same. One can travel with Virtual Reality, but after a while, it isn’t fun. And if a disaster (this time not homemade) befalls mankind, only Virtual Survival offers a chance.


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