Seeking the Mythical Future

Seeking the Mythical Future Christian Queghan is a myth technologist a highly respected scientist on the planet known as Earth IVn Like so many other worlds colonised generations ago Earth IVn was created to be as much like Old

  • Title: Seeking the Mythical Future
  • Author: Trevor Hoyle
  • ISBN: 9780441758807
  • Page: 446
  • Format: Paperback
  • Christian Queghan is a myth technologist a highly respected scientist on the planet known as Earth IVn Like so many other worlds colonised generations ago, Earth IVn was created to be as much like Old Earth as possible, altho Old Earth itself is now the stuff of legend In Seeking the Mythical Future, a machine s been developed that will project a researcher into onChristian Queghan is a myth technologist a highly respected scientist on the planet known as Earth IVn Like so many other worlds colonised generations ago, Earth IVn was created to be as much like Old Earth as possible, altho Old Earth itself is now the stuff of legend In Seeking the Mythical Future, a machine s been developed that will project a researcher into one of an infinite number of possible futures of Earth IVn, with only a 50% chance of return Queghan is an ideal subject He cannot resist the idea of going where none have gone before.

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    1. I have to admit this was not one of my favorite books - however, I did want to finish it to know what happens so it wasn't THAT bad :)It is probably more a 3.5 It is a about myth, it is about science - lots of science - the kind that makes your head go "what???" but that is also the kind of science that I do enjoy reading it is about different realities. What is reality - is it yours or mine that is true?In the book, a machine, named Nellie, has been developed that can project a researcher int [...]

    2. By 1982 I was back together with Linda after a separation of several years, together enough that we went down to Tampa/St. Pete, Florida for me to meet her paternal grandmother. It was scorching, the water was too salty and too warm to be refreshing. The only escape was the mall which, fortunately, had a used bookshop where I picked up this title.

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