"The Ideal" is a shorty story written by renouned science fiction author, Stanely Grauman Weinbaum. This short story revolves around the concept of the "ideal", as the title suggests, individuality, and the existence of artificial intelligence.
Valley of Dreams is a science fiction short story by Stanley G. Weinbaum originally published in the November 1934 issue of Wonder Stories. "Valley of Dreams" was Weinbaum's second published story, and is a sequel to his first story, "A Martian Odyssey".
Weinbaum introduces another short story featuring the characters of Haskel van Manderpootz and Dixon Wells. Dixon Wells has become infamous for his tardiness and in "The Worlds of If", Wells explores the world of of if's, time travel, and missed opportunities.
The, self-aclaimed "great", Haskel van Manderpootz has been "cheated" out of the coveted Morrell Award and unable to accept of life of modesty and in the discussion of varying points of view, van Manderpootz sets in motion his next great experiment.