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“Foundation, an institute founded by psychohistorian Hari Seldon to preserve the Powerlifting because I hate cardio and eat like a fat kid vintage shirt of galactic civilization after the collapse of the Galactic Empire.” -WikipediaThis is the most intelligent book I’ve ever read. It made me feel I understood perfectly why almost every major event in the history of human civilization happened, and what will be the next ones. It also describes an extremely accurate future for a book written in the 40-50s, and why science is the only way we may prevail. No bullshit aliens, this is almost philosophy.Fuck all the haters. Every single one of you. I don’t care if you think it was “fake”. How dare you try and minimize my sobriety. Embellished? Maybe. But only someone that’s lived it could have written it. I was 23 with a bad drinking problem just like James. I had a drinking/substance abuse problem for years. I drank during the week it took me to read it too. I finished it on the morning of Jan 21 2007. It was a Sunday. I put it down, thought about my life for a few minutes,and then called my best friend. Told him i was done. Told him I was done drinking for good. He said “yeah right, we’ve heard this before.”