In the distant future, organizations called super-corps are responsible for the colonization of other planets in other solar systems. They control the very government that exist on these other worlds. After Stella's aunt goes missing, after engaging in a peaceful protest, she is forced to assume the political posture of the super-corps, in order to learn the truth. Can she make a difference before it is too late?
The Federation Of Free Planets is fighting piracy while trying to maintain peace with the powerful Eusian Empire. Raven Spade and his son Evan begin to uncover disturbing clues as to who is heading the pirate organization that leads to the discovery of a concentration camp and genocide.
Today is only a memory of what you have already done in the life you have already lived.
This book looks at everything as a System, a concept which has haunted me since my youth. Back then I couldn't make the parts click together, but this time the flow of writing gave me totally new insights as I was doing that work of love. Various aspects of the world around us suddenly become very similar indeed, and can be explained with no more that six words. Like Doctor Who said in the episode I watched yesterday, quite by coincidence (which does not exist): "I can change the entire world with just six words...."
In this second part of the trilogy, the developments in technology are put into perspective from the time my grandfather rhymed about the tap water system as it was installed in his village. Given Gordon Moore's prediction about the exponential and thus explosive development of computer technology, we can see how other technologies profit from this to create a very positive future...
In Eye of the Whale, Elizabeth McKay is a dedicated scientist who has spent almost a decade cracking the code of humpback whale communication. Their song, the most complex in nature, may in fact reveal secrets about the animal world that no one could have imagined. When a humpback whale swims up the Sacramento River with a strange and unprecedented song, Elizabeth must decipher its meaning in order to save the whale. But as her work with the whale captures the media’s interest and the world’s imagination, many powerful forces emerge who do not want the whale’s secrets to be revealed. Soon, Elizabeth is forced to decide if her discoveries are worth losing her marriage, her career, and possibly her life over.
It all ended after World War Two. Or so it was thought. While medical and physiological experimentation on humans was repugnant and against all sensibilities, it remained valuable and above all highly profitable. Just simply believing something had gone away was good enough for most. Not for Milo Moon and Mary Seaton, who became proof of an international conspiracy to hide the truth. Simple and childish they may have been, but they held a history in their beings that was a threat to international political stability. For the Swiss government faced with such a discovery on their soil, the art of politics necessitated compromise and calculation to find a solution. A viable outcome that gained maximum political benefit of course; which is the habit of seasoned politicians. However, above all this had to remain a secret and be buried again behind the walls of political cloak and dagger, secret services and a need to protect the sensitivities that we call modern history. Therefore, it never happened.
James Hansen is an accomplished scientist who keeps his life neat and uninteresting. One evening he gets behind schedule and things get messy fast. Can James put aside the gentle scientist and escape this nightmare?
A special collection of stories focused on the concept of Sasquatch!
Sometimes it is difficult to tell the people about my hobby and what it exactly is. This is a short introduction and an appeal to fun and tolerance.
A scientist and a psychic team up to warn the world of an impending explosion. The event would wipe out all of the earth, except for one small island. Can they reach everyone in time to save them?
In a clinic, with an unknown disease, a group of kids try to make the best of life. Meanwhile, the outside world is changing.
Longing for someone he could never have, Blaine has silently suffered for years. He was determined to make Cole fall in love with him, even if it was only the scent of his vanilla cologne. Yet, even with his genius mind, it seemed he'd forever be trapped by his unrequited love... Will his years of heartache turn him someone new? What will Cole do about the mysterious Mark..! -M/M
There’s an unresolved dispute over the physical nature of space. It occurs because of what Bacon called our “dull and deceptive human senses.” On one hand, space appears empty. This led biblical and modern cosmologists to conclude space is an “empty vacuum.” But, when astrophysicists from Newton to Einstein studied space, they found it exhibits physical behaviors – for example, it physically carries light and heat from the sun to earth. This led the astrophysicists to conclude space is an invisible substance called “the ether.” Since the Cold War, discussion of the conclusion of astrophysics has been quietly banned from establishment forums as a blasphemous product of “godless communism.” In this book, our author revisits the dispute, and argues it needs to be revived and resolved scientifically.
Sequel to "Decrepit Things" Kyler and Emma are kidnapped by a government base and are told that since they have successfully killed the escaped experiments, the government base wants them to be admitted into their military. Kyler accepts after a lot of persuading, yet both of them are changed by science. They eventually hit the point were they can't take anymore probing, tests, and threats. Will they finally be able to live a semi-normal life with their new child? Or will they be forced back into the harse life that they now loathe? BOOK UNFINISHED
A medium Father promises to send a life changing message from beyond the grave to his only Daughter. But there’s a problem. He can’t get through. The line is busy. He needs to tell his daughter something before it’s too late. He turns to the alternate universe inhabited by spirits. Something is coming for her and it’s clicks are getting louder...
Science says the weight of a human soul is 21 grams - stated at the time of death, it has been measured that a body loses exactly 21 grams; they concluded it was the 'soul' leaving the body. This is a receiving department for the souls with a heaven and a hell side to the department.
In this book we go on a voyage to find the answer to the number one question asked by people of Science and Faith do they conflict or conciliate? Is Islam an old outdated religion? Is there need of religion?