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Julius Eaton' was a Human science fiction writer who lived during the 20th century. In 1953, he and his wife Kay Eaton both worked for Incredible Tales of Scientific Wonder magazine in New York City. They often collaborated on their stories and were accused by Herbert Rossoff of being overly sentimental in their work.

Ironically, though his writing explored the future and the technologies it might bring, Julius was appalled by the everyday advances of his age such as White Rose Redi-Tea. While his wife was of the opinion that H.G. Wells would have liked the idea of "instant" iced tea, Eaton maintained that no self-respecting Englishman would. (DS9 episode & novelization: Far Beyond the Stars)

Russell based the Deep Space Nine character Julian Bashir on Eaton. (DS9 novelization: Far Beyond the Stars)

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