Christian Mähr

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Christian Mähr (born 1952[1]) is an Austrian chemist and science fiction writer. His novel Fatous Staub concerns parallel worlds, computers, and the mathematical work of Pierre Fatou.[2] It won the Deutscher Science Fiction Preis[3] and the Kurd-Laßwitz-Preis[4] for 1992.

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