Cryptogram: Positrons on the brain

This Russian-born biochemist spent much of his life sitting in front of a typewriter instead of a laboratory bench. An unabashed proponent of science and technology, he wrote more than 500 books on everything from algebra to cosmology to Shakespeare. In fiction, he invented Trantor and the Three Laws of Robotics. And in a 1964 essay for the New York Times, he predicted that by 2014 people would be talking to friends on the moon via modulated laser beams.

Decode this quotation and its author by substituting one letter for another.

You have to figure out the code yourself, but here's one hint:
I equals A



Answer

"I DO NOT FEAR COMPUTERS. I


FEAR THE LACK OF THEM."


- ISAAC ASIMOV

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