THE ECSTASY MACHINE: Tales of the Population Explosion by Earl Conrad

THE ECSTASY MACHINE: Tales of the Population Explosion

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KIRKUS REVIEW

If Mr. Conrad has predicated properly, then the future holds some interesting moments indeed: take Drinkwater who went around eating people and gave his story to the Press ""DRINKWATER HAS EATEN 148- PROVES NOBODY REALLY CARES."" There are machines that demand oil via silver spoons, tricky angels, a practical joker in charge of the world's weather, cockroach recipes, Alice in Wonderland revisited, professional clock watchers, Da Vinci machines and a new sound in music- Ook Ook Ook pronounced Ook.

Pub Date: Oct. 17th, 1966
Publisher: Fleet