Brain Wave, Poul Anderson, 1954

Brain Wave, Poul Anderson

A sudden rise in intelligence for all creatures on Earth results in a transfigured humanity reaching for the stars, leaving behind our earth to the less intelligent humans and animal lifeforms.

0:25 Summary
5:15 Review (spoilers)


You may find similarities in the book to this Monty Python sketch (especially from the 1 minute mark onwards!)


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