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James P. Hogan
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    (June 27, 1941-July 12, 2010)
    Born in London, United Kingdom
    Sci-fi author
    Wrote 'Inherit the Stars' (1977), 'The Genesis Machine' (1978), 'The Gentle Giants of Ganymede' (1978), 'The Two Faces of Tomorrow' (1979), 'Thrice Upon A Time' (1980), 'Giants' Star' (1981), 'Voyage from Yesteryear' (1982), 'Code of the Lifemaker' (1983), 'The Proteus Operation' (1985), 'Endgame Enigma' (1987), 'The Mirror Maze' (1989), 'Entoverse' (1991), 'The Immortality Option' (1995), 'Realtime Interrupt' (1995), 'Outward Bound' (1999), 'Cradle of Saturn' (1999), 'The Anguished Dawn' (2003), 'Mission to Minerva' (2005) and 'Migration' (2010)
    He said of his first novel, 'I stole Arthur's plot idea [from '2001'] shamelessly.'
    He was married four times, divorced three.
    He denied that AIDS was caused by the HIV virus.
    He called Holocaust denier Ernst Zundel 'a lonely voice of courage.'
    He was born with severe deformities to both feet that required years of corrective surgery.
    He wrote 'Inherit the Stars' to win a bet that he could get a novel published.
    He said, 'To a lot of people, a novel's a pulpit, an opportunity to design utopia, to tell people how things ought to be. No. It's a story.'

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