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When the brilliant but troubled cosmologist
Dr. Jack Martins ...
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The End of the Universe

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Overview

When the brilliant but troubled cosmologist
Dr. Jack Martins built the world’s first spherical
hologram, he created a 3 dimensional image that
was so real, it astonished an assembled panel of
scientists, politicians, and media in Washington DC

Further research enabled him to prove the validity
of the Holographic Principle, and to show that the
reality of our 3 dimensional universe can be
described on a 2 dimensional boundary.

With his spherical holograms, Dr. Martins demon-
strated that the universe we see through our
telescopes might not really exist - that it might just
be a very real, very sophisticated illusion!

When NASA sent a deep space probe to the
boundary calculated by Dr. Martins as the edge of
the universe, it disappeared shortly after reaching
Alpha Centauri, the closest star to Sol. Then, an
astronomical event occurred that blew the minds
of every single person on earth...
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012988430
  • Publisher: The Big Picture Press
  • Publication date: 9/10/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 415 KB

Meet the Author

Kenneth J. M. MacLean has a B.A. in Political science and a B.S. in Computer Science. He is the author of 8 published books and 4 eBooks, over 70 published articles, and three educational movies. Ken has been studying science and metaphysics for decades, in an attempt to explain the untimely death of his mother from leukemia at the age of 29. Ken is a freelance writer and researcher, a website designer, and a book editor. He is interested in geometry and has written a textbook describing important 3 dimensional solids called polyhedra.
Ken is an accomplished editor with experience in creative writing, academic witting, and technical manuals.
Ken has not lived in an ivory tower. For 25 years he owned a contracting business in which he met people from all walks of life. From these experiences Ken learned how to relate to the poor and the rich, the uneducated and university professors, and people from different cultures and religions. Ken has learned that the common denominator of all human beings is a divine presence that transcends cultural and religious backgrounds. This understanding is reflected in all of his work.
Ken’s favorite quote is from John Payne: “True love is empowering people to see their greater potential.”
Ken has been happily married for 33 years to Jennifer, and lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan with their 3 cats.
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