150,000 years ago Darclonians began on an experimental dark energy/dark matter weapon that works only with carbon based life forms. The organic subject would eventually die.
100,000 years ago Darclonian probes sought out thousands of planets with life on them that could develop into intelligent life forms. The probes fired Quadrillions of Nanomoles into Earth's atmosphere seeking intelligent life. The Nanomoles hid inside of the modern Homosapien brain and studied humans for thousands of years.
The Nanomoles recorded our feelings, memories, emotions, experiences and DNA from generation to generation. Today the Nanomoles await a signal from a Darclonian mothership to begin it's 84 hour three stage countdown.
Jaden's bio-engineered body is the key to perfecting the Darclonian's weapon of mass destruction. The rebirth of science fiction begins.
Optic-warp - A new concept on how an alien species 70,000 years ahead of humans travels through space. This concept is based off of human fiber-optics technology
(breaking down light and reassembling at receiving end).
The science: A ship approaches a star at the speed of light. The ship breaks down into quadrillions of molecular pieces of matter and Nanoscanners create a subspace opening. The ship uses the star's energy to slingshot through it, in subspace riding along the strings of the galaxy. Nanoscanners guide the ship particles moving much faster than light from star to star. Once the destination star is reached the nanoscanners reconstruct the ship outside the star.
A similar process is created at a galaxy's galactic bulge allowing the ship to travel out the next galaxy's galactic bulge.
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Chased by our government, Jaden seeks safety in their ship. Now, he must save the world. After understanding the writing style I became engulfed in the author's description of alien technology. Written in first person the author takes you into the story where you experience the incredible events that Jaden experiences - just as if you were there and they were happening to you, too. How would you feel if you were cloned and caught them doing experiments on you? Would you be able to ignore the smell of death and focus on the scene before you? What would your response be to being told, that to them you taste like a hamburger? This book is a breath of fresh air, very exciting and believable. Who knows maybe one day we will discover that it is actually a documentary!