Ancient Destiny Vol II - Escape from Earth

Ancient Destiny Vol II - Escape from Earth

by albert clark

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Overview

Women are better travelers in space. They eat less, breath less, and physical strength is seldom needed on a space ship. Brains are needed and women can hold their own in most areas. If you are going to establish a colony on a new planet it is important to have more women than men to have more children to populate that new colony. In a couple of generations the ratio of women to men will even out. If you read volume one you will understand how and why Craig has chosen his crew of six women for his small exploratory ship. This science fiction is a new and more logical approach which includes a lot of serious science theory including some of the latest theories. Earth is going to be destroyed as we know it with the only hope to escape to space, hence the name Escape from Earth. This novel is partly technology, partly social commentary, partly political, and very idealistic. Hopefully you will enjoy the series. Volume III continues the story with volume IV in concept.


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Product Details

BN ID: 2940148452263
Publisher: albert clark
Publication date: 09/09/2013
Series: Ancient Destiny , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 326
File size: 228 KB

About the Author

The author spent 39 years with the United States Air Force. He went through pilot training. He was an Air Force munitions detachment commander at a US Army depot, served as a munitions officer in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War, served in Strategic Air Command as a Nuclear Ordnance Supply Officer, spent years with the German Luftwaffe, a vice-commander of a radar station, and nearly 30 years in US Air Force Research and Development acting as an in-house consultant on most of the development programs during the Reagan Administration. He taught classes at the Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT). He was a country manager for security assistance better known as Foreign Military Sales He wrote a requirement that led to the ARPANET that later became the Internet. It was even his idea to use the at @ sign in email to separate the username from the server address. He wrote a 30 page whitepaper that got funding for the Global Positioning System. He wrote a novel in 1987, "The Price of Peace" that led to the development of the current Unmanned Arial Vehicles like the Predator and Global Hawk. He made major inputs to the Air Force 2020 plan which as been extended to 2030. He was called by the Secretaries of Defense and State and two different US Presidents for assistance in solving some issues. He is now retired and President of the local Amateur Radio Club, a Shriner, and generally involved in his community. He reads 2 or more novels per week, 40 emails per day, and writes these novels in his spare time.

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