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Proceedings of The Sector 7 Institute of Low-Energy Physics

Proceedings of The Sector 7 Institute of Low-Energy Physics

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by Michael Summers
     
 

In writing this story I was trying to imagine a totally different perspective on the universe, that of a life-form based on nucleonic chemistry. The idea is not entirely new. Robert L. Forward's book Dragon's Egg used the idea of life evolving on a neutron star excellently, and I admit that Dragon's Egg was the inspiration for this short story. Dragon's Egg,

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In writing this story I was trying to imagine a totally different perspective on the universe, that of a life-form based on nucleonic chemistry. The idea is not entirely new. Robert L. Forward's book Dragon's Egg used the idea of life evolving on a neutron star excellently, and I admit that Dragon's Egg was the inspiration for this short story. Dragon's Egg, however, did not really explore the details of a neucleonic scientist's view of the rest of the universe. Here I have explored this concept further, with a 596 word story. It's very short, but I hope the reader will find it satisfactory.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940044947627
Publisher:
Michael Summers
Publication date:
09/10/2012
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Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
320,052
File size:
55 KB

Meet the Author

A passionate writer, I have just published my fifth novel, The Cutlers of The Howling Hills, a comic fantasy novel set in a world ravaged by the horrors of epic poetry. I have also published various short stories.

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Proceedings of The Sector 7 Institute of Low-Energy Physics 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved the concept, even tho I saw the ending coming. The scientific jargon was pretty much over my head and I'm glad there wasn't a lot of detailed explanations.