Monthly Archives: June 2014

A Little Update…

I am planning to add a few human stories into the novel so that readers may be able to relate directly to the characters. The Christish characters are meant to be the “ideal” humans in the sense that they are … Continue reading

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Not Quite In Love

Nathan was appreciative of Fey’s interpretation of his theory of asymmetric energy flow from outside of space-time, by using the transfer of momentum as a possible mechanism to explain how energy could possibly leak into our space-time upon impact. Deep … Continue reading

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Exact Science

“It’s not going to be easy,” Qin answered, “because Homo sapiens is indeed already quite optimized. Whenever a species becomes relatively stable, it means that natural selection can no longer find better picks from random mutations. Within a span of … Continue reading

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A Genetic Persuation

In 2105, it appeared that Christine was taking a step further away from the Christish Chinese, who worked closely with the Chinese, at the time not an ally of the U.S.. Since Christine had notified them of her incoming meetings … Continue reading

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Gravity, Probably Invariant

It seemed that everyone was seeing her as liar at this point. Fey decided to give them a hypothesis just to calm them down. “Sigh,” she pointed out, “you know photons can turn into electrons or other fermions easily, thus … Continue reading

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I Have No Idea

Nathan interrupted again, asking, “I have two questions though. That you need an exit on the ceiling means that Christine did not share her knowledge of physics with you. Don’t you want to escape here? Emma already lost her interest … Continue reading

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Fey, The Mocking Bird

Thomas was not letting Fey leave. Obviously, she was very close to Christine to know about such an amazing capability. After all, if they had known how to manipulate space-time, nothing could have kept him and his friends in the … Continue reading

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