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Passing In The Night

Author: Michael Kingswood
Publisher: SSN Storytelling
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A year-long shift in the middle of the interstellar void can get pretty boring. For the Fourth shift crew of the starliner Pericles, enroute to Earth from one of the colony worlds, the passage could best be called routine. Until the forward sensors detect an unknown and unexpected object ahead. What they find there, in the endless night of space, will forever change the universe, for them and for the all mankind. Assuming they survive to tell anyone about the encounter. Keywords: hard science fiction, aliens, first contact, space travel, space exploration, space colonization, close encounter, suspense, action, novelette, free, freebie

Waves Passing In The Night

Author: Lawrence Weschler
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 1632867206
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From Pulitzer Prize nominee Lawrence Weschler, a fascinating profile of Walter Murch, a film legend and amateur astrophysicist whose investigations could reshape our understanding of the universe. For film aficionados, Walter Murch is legendary--a three-time Academy Award winner, arguably the most admired sound and film editor in the world for his work on Apocalypse Now, The Godfather trilogy, The English Patient, and many others. Outside of the studio, his mind is wide-ranging; his passion, pursued for several decades, has been astrophysics, in particular the rehabilitation of Titius-Bode, a long-discredited 18th century theory regarding the patterns by which planets and moons array themselves in gravitational systems across the universe. Though as a consummate outsider he's had a hard time attracting any sort of comprehensive hearing from professional astrophysicists, Murch has made advances that even some of them find intriguing, including a connection between Titius Bode and earlier notions--going back past Kepler and Pythagorus--of musical harmony in the heavens. Unfazed by rejection, ever probing, Murch perseveres in the highest traditions of outsider science. Lawrence Weschler brings Murch's quest alive in all its seemingly quixotic, yet still plausible, splendor, probing the basis for how we know what we know, and who gets to say. "The wholesale rejection of alternative theories has repeatedly held back the progress of vital science," Weschler observes, citing early twentieth-century German amateur Alfred Wegener, whose speculations about continental drift were ridiculed at first, only to be accepted as fact decades later. Theoretical physicist Lee Smolin says "It is controversy that brings science alive"--and Murch's quest does that in spades. His fascination with the way the planets and their moons are arranged opens up the field of celestial mechanics for general readers, sparking an awareness of the vast and (to us) invisible forces constantly at play in the universe.

This Passing Night

Author: Clive T. Miller
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ISBN: 9781494071004
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This is a new release of the original 1962 edition.

Night Dreams Of Passing Memories

Author: John Kadiba
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 9781462849123
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In this autobiography John kadiba narrates the story of his unique life’s history. The book brings together various elements of his experiences in his symbolic journey from his traditional village in Papua New Guinea, through other destinations and his settlement in North Australia. The book is a rich tapestry of Kadiba’s story. It records the momentous events in his life, various places he has travelled through, signifi cant people in his life, his spiritual life and thought, and his cultural roots which have shaped him as an individual. The book tells of his childhood, his schooling and his education. Kadiba sees his schooling and search for education as a decisive thread in his symbolic journey which eventually takes him to settle in North Australia away from his people and culture. Growing up in the colonial era, the book traces his journey through many changes in PNG during the colonial and post-colonial times. The story also recounts his long and at times, troubled association with religious institutions both in PNG and Australia. In many ways the book portrays a very personal story. It tells of Kadiba’s family life, his courtship and marriage, death in the family, and his children growing up in contemporary multicultural Australia.

Too Many Stones To Throw

Author: Myra Edwina Watkins
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 9781477164273
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Many of the poems in this book, are a collection of writings about "Life and Loves"...lost and found. It covers deep emotional feelings and situations. Some very heart touching and many tender moments. You will appreciate the honesty of the expressions, in what I am trying to convey. It speaks of some things not only of myself, but what many people have dealt with and have experienced. This book covers subjects that many people can certainly relate to and understand, and also, feel deep within themselves. Knowing that you are not alone in the way you may feel, in this occasional chaotic life. Sometimes it can make a difference. There is also a section where I share my family, and little things about them. That way you can get to know a little bit more about me as a person and a writer.... ~Sit Back, Relax, and Enjoy~