The God Antenna

The God Antenna

by Niko Zinovii

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Overview

Imagine a little white pill that can dramatically boost your memory and IQ. Oh, just one thing--it also removes your ability to believe in God...

Welcome to a future where it is the mind of man, rather than his technology, that has been dramatically altered. It is this changed Earth that experiences unusual extraterrestrial visitation.

Set in rustic Greece and Israel, The God Antenna is a human story, a tale set around two opposite men, one who fits into this world of tomorrow while the other is simply unable to come to terms with it. These men walk very different paths, going on very different journeys, each wondrous yet one of science and rationality, the other of chance and religious interpretation.

Literary science fiction with a mythic semblance, this is a story where post-humanity, love and betrayal, artificial intelligence, the duplication of biblical miracles, the oldest alien world in the cosmos, Centaurs from across the void, the origin of the ancient entity we call God, and the astounding philosophical implications of extra-solar life and nature all culminate in a global event unparalleled in all human history.

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940014382731
Publisher: Zinovii Art Studio
Publication date: 06/01/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 258
File size: 507 KB

About the Author

Niko Zinovii hails from Connecticut, where he earned his BA in Anthropology, with an emphasis in biological anthropology and archaeology, studying evolution and human genetics, in the process obtaining what he describes as a unique and insightful worldview.

Later in life, in California, after writing a number of screenplays, Niko earned his MA in Economics to expand his understanding of man and politics.

Although Niko professes that his great interest lies in science, his passion in political and philosophical ideology, he finds himself, at times, an artist at heart, a writer, finding fulfillment in the realm of creativity.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a scientifically literate and mature drama that weaves a dense web of story lines and themes into a surprisingly exciting story. It is not the kind of puerile science fantasy that is all too prevalent nowadays but rather a plausible, captivating drama that looks at issues that lie somewhere between science, philosophy and culture. For someone willing to pick it up and think about what they are reading, you find about 1/3 of the way in that it is not what you thought - but a deep questioning along the lines of "The Age of Spiritual Machines."