History Literature / TheCyberiad

28th Sep '13 11:31:02 AM tkzv
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Link to "The Perfect Imitation" was dead
In the late '80s, one of the stories was [[http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=8576072297424860224#66m34s adapted for public television]] (jump to 1:06:34), with the principals changed from RidiculouslyHumanRobots to HumanAliens (but nonetheless quite well-cast.)
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In the late '80s, one of the stories was [[http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=8576072297424860224#66m34s [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YrcaEpbMqfc adapted for public television]] (jump to 1:06:34), television]], with the principals changed from RidiculouslyHumanRobots to HumanAliens (but nonetheless quite well-cast.)
31st May '13 9:32:11 PM Rabukurafuto
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* SelfDeprecation: The only reason why humans are there at all.

* TakeThatUs: The only reason why humans are there at all.
14th May '13 12:56:41 PM rlkitterman
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Not to be confused with the [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS33E12NightmareInSilver}} Cyberman]] HiveMind.
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Not to be confused with the [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS33E12NightmareInSilver}} Cyberman]] HiveMind.HiveMind, or the Creator/AndreiKonchalovsky film ''Film/{{Siberiade}}''.
12th May '13 6:18:07 AM Preda
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Not to be confused with the [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS33E12NightmareInSilver}} Cyberman]] HiveMind.
5th Feb '13 8:34:42 AM Diask
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* VindicatedByHistory: InUniverse. Klapuacius meets an old philosopher called Chlorian Theoreticus the Proph, who was ignored in his entire life. He expects that future generations will discover his greatness - so he writes the book ''Testament for Descendants'', in which he calls them skeleton-kissers and corpse-lickers, who ignore the great thinkers of their own era.
28th Jul '12 3:21:10 PM LordGro
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To YMMV tab.
* VindicatedByHistory: Appears in-story. Klapuacius meets an old philosopher called Chlorian Theoreticus the Proph, who was ignored in his entire life. He expects that future generations will discover his greatness - so he writes the book ''Testament for Descendants'', in which he calls them skeleton-kissers and corpse-lickers, who ignore the great thinkers of their own era.
28th Jul '12 2:48:50 PM LordGro
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Image to the right.
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/cyberiad.jpg
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20th Jul '12 1:05:26 AM troymacgill
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than to conscious robots = then to conscious robots
* MechanicalEvolution: Leading from slime, through humans to robots, than to conscious robots, god-mode robots, and then again to slime and humans.
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* MechanicalEvolution: Leading from slime, through humans to robots, than then to conscious robots, god-mode robots, and then again to slime and humans.
23rd Jun '12 4:36:46 AM FELH2
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the Namespace!!
* ShoutOut: A LongList of dragon-related {{technobabble}} in the Third Sally includes "high-frequency binomial [[DerRingDesNibelungen fafneration]]" and "simple [[Literature/{{Beowulf}} Grendelian]] dominance".
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* ShoutOut: A LongList of dragon-related {{technobabble}} in the Third Sally includes "high-frequency binomial [[DerRingDesNibelungen [[Theatre/DerRingDesNibelungen fafneration]]" and "simple [[Literature/{{Beowulf}} Grendelian]] dominance".
17th Jun '12 5:46:05 AM FELH2
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Fixing the namespace stuff
''The Cyberiad: Fables for the Cybernetic Age'' (''Cyberiada'' in the original Polish) is a series of short stories by StanislawLem, following the adventures of the "Constructors" Trurl and Klapaucius. As Constructors, they have the skills and ability to build almost anything imaginable. This doesn't stop them from getting into trouble when they try to sell their abilities, however.
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''The Cyberiad: Fables for the Cybernetic Age'' (''Cyberiada'' in the original Polish) is a series of short stories by StanislawLem, Creator/StanislawLem, following the adventures of the "Constructors" Trurl and Klapaucius. As Constructors, they have the skills and ability to build almost anything imaginable. This doesn't stop them from getting into trouble when they try to sell their abilities, however.
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