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Destiny Brown | 127 comments Seeking Reviews for New Science Fiction Novel - Tetrastatum
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Tetrastatum A Novel by Dr. Richard
Tetrastatum
By Dr. Richard & Tim Smith
Publisher: Epigraph Publishing
Published: May 2019
ISBN: 978-1948796675 (pb)
ISBN: 978-1948796682 (hc)
ASIN: B07SGFWSNT
Genre: Science Fiction
Formats Available For Review: pdf, or can be Sent to Kindle From NetGalley

What if the laws of physics as we understand them are incomplete, only half of the equations that explain reality? Mankind has been blinded by the light, searching for answers in the photonic (material) universe while the truths are concealed beyond the shutter speed of our biological cameras. One day, an image processor evolves. Schrödinger’s equation is finally interpreted correctly by Dr. Richard revealing that the dualistic imaginary solution prior thereto discarded by physicists is actually the key to mankind’s quest to answer the unanswerable. What happens to me after I die? What is the ultimate source and origin of creation? What is reality? Dr. Richard’s equations bring forth the darkness of the imaginary (non-matter) universes unraveling the mysteries of space-time giving mankind full comprehension of the miraculous nature of the essence of reality, the fourth state, Tetrastatum. Only, Dr. Richard is too late! The world we once knew has been destroyed by man’s greed and exists only in a thotonic, non-matter state. The only hope to restore the planet Earth is Dr. Tim Smith. In the material world that once existed, Tim Smith was the head of the Quantum Teleportation Program at DARPA and a “Time Smith” in the non-matter thotonic universes whose shadows persist. Unfortunately, mankind’s last hope, Dr. Smith is quite clearly, insane.

“I think therefore I am,” says Descartes’s thotonic skeleton of the past. Tetrastatum is the ultimate test of Descartes’s philosophical truth. We are transported through the tunnel of institutionalized insanity as helpless voyeurs perceiving existence through Smith’s eyes as a non-matter image freely flowing in all space-time universes. Dr. Smith’s complete mental meltdown takes us on a dualistic journey as a “Time Smith” exploring the meaning of reality and the human psyche.


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Kaz Morran | 1 comments Sounds intriguing. Unique premise. I'd be interested in reviewing your book if you review mine. Honest reviews, of course.

If the blurb below sounds like something you might like, let me know:
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Here's the blurb:
Would-be Japanese astronaut Taiyo Yamazaki is about to go underground. No place on Earth is more alien than the lava tubes beneath the Australian tropics. It’s here, when the mock mission goes horribly wrong, that the cracks in the crew will be exposed and a predator will emerge.

It’s a story that weaves global intrigue, scientific realism, and the cold claw of nature.

A rogue planet is hurtling past the solar system. Taiyo Yamazaki knows how to unlock its mysteries. If only his professor, Ronin Aro, hadn’t sabotaged the plan and gotten Taiyo accused of treason. Now, Ronin and Taiyo are finalists to become Japan’s next astronaut. Together, with an international crew, their mock mission is about to turn into a trial against nature’s whims, against their own minds, against each other, and against a creature of opportunity.
550AU Buried in Stone


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