Out of the Everywhere

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Out of the Everywhere
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First edition
Author Isaac Asimov
Country United States
Language English
Series Fantasy & Science Fiction essays
Publisher Doubleday
Publication date
May 1990
Media type print (Hardback and Paperback)
Pages 238
ISBN 0-385-26201-9
Preceded by The Relativity of Wrong
Followed by The Secret of the Universe

Out of the Everywhere is a collection of seventeen scientific essays by Isaac Asimov. It is the twenty-first of a series of books collecting essays from The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. It was first published by Doubleday & Company in May 1990. The title may be found in George Macdonald's poem "Baby" which begins with the lines:

"Where did you come from, baby dear?
Out of the everywhere into here."

Contents[edit]

  • Part I: Astronomy
    • The Very Error of the Moon (October 1987)
    • Asking the Right Question (November 1987)
    • Out of the Everywhere (November 1988)
    • Into the Here (December 1988)
  • Part II: Humanity
    • The Road to Humanity (December 1987)
    • Standing Tall (January 1988)
    • The Longest River (July 1988)
    • Is Anyone Listening (June 1988)
  • Part III: Radiation
    • The Unrecognized Danger (February 1988)
    • The Radiation That Wasn't (March 1988)
  • Part IV: Magnetism
    • Iron, Cold Iron (April 1988)
    • From Pole to Pole (May 1988)
  • Part V: Fuel
    • The Fire of Life (August 1988)
    • The Slave of the Lamp (September 1988)
    • The Horse Under the Hood (October 1988)
  • Part VI: Time
    • The Unforgiving Minute (January 1989)
  • Part VII: Something Extra
    • A Sacred Poet (September 1987)

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