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Science Fiction Novels With Darwin Like Theories of A.I./Machines/Robotic Lifeforms Evolution

This list is dedicate to all those so few scifi novels whose very creative authors come up with many fictional but interesting theories of how machines could and would evolve into fully self-aware or sentient and super intelligent beings and even build their own super advance civilizations and then even goes to space and colonize others worlds. And also in some novels, become the new dominant species.

The first author who came with this cool idea of mechanical or machines Darwinian like evolution was Samuel Butler's "The Book of the Machines".

This list is dedicated to David L. Pulver, Daniel H. Wilson, Warwick Collins, Kaitlyn Connor, William Hertling, Mike Stone, Mike Tingle, Skhye Moncrief, William H. Keith Jr., Kevin Warwick, Hugo de Garis, Blake Hutchins and Christopher T. Shields.
And of course, to their stories and books of this very same subject.

cyborgs novels can also be include in this list, as long as they follow the trope of the same subject.
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Sarah Bronte Connor Dear Reader:

I absolutely love it when real life imitates science fiction. I want you to get a load of this doozy of a mindbender.

A handful of theoretical physicists are examining the bloodiest bleeding edges of reality. They are cautiously contemplating what some are already calling the Proposed Fifth Law of Thermodynamics. There currently are only four laws. If the Fifth holds, it will be a real game changer for the 'who's first, chicken or egg' debates, because the answer just might be that organic life was the Johnny come lately.

The Fifth Law proposes the existence throughout the universe of complex automatons. It hypothesizes that these alien machines are not only self-constructed but infinitely intricate--therefore sentient.

Whether the Fifth ends up in anathema's scrapheap or as a new frontier in cosmology, it's great fodder for my science fiction.

May the wrench be with you in Organics!

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