Collision Course is finally on the way. Today I designed a faster than light spacecraft. That was fun! I also defined the its crew. Two months ago I wouldn’t have imagined this much progress. I have a well defined story line, finally, and some new characters. This is starting to be fun again!
The working title of the sequel to Wake Turbulence is Collision Course. I spent most of the first half of 2022 doing research, but now I’m writing scenes and refining plotlines. There will be new characters, and some we’ve gotten accustomed to may not make it to the end. I don’t know yet. The storyContinue reading “Wake Turbulence Sequel in Work”
I have mentioned in several descriptions of the series that the Alcubierre Metric Connection stories are plot driven. In preparation for writing this post explaining what that means, I Googled “plot driven stories” in order to see how others had defined the term and find a few sites to provide for you to compare otherContinue reading “Plot-Driven Stories”
An open access paper (which means you can download it for free) recently published in a peer reviewed physics journal is an amazing and gratifying coincidence. The lead author is Harold “Sonny” White who I acknowledged as having inspired Wake Turbulence with his 2011 seminar on the Alcubierre metric. The content has to do withContinue reading “New Physics Paper Coinciding with Release of Wake Turbulence Uses Casimir Effect Like CATSPAW”
Wake Turbulence, the second book in the Alcubierre Metric Connection Series, is now also available in eBook format at https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09MV7ZVGB
As the freighter Sensei Maru steamed eastward in the Indian Ocean, about 140 nautical miles southwest of Adelaide enroute from the Middle East to Melbourne, optical and radio telescopes over that half of the globe reported strong signals at wavelengths ranging from radio waves through light and even up to gamma rays. At each instrument,Continue reading “Wake Turbulence is Here!”
I sent the final WT manuscript to the interior designer today. Should be reading proof copies before Thanksgiving and have it online by early December at the latest — just in time for Christmas!
The final revision of Wake Turbulence is being proofread. I’ve begun the research and initial planning of it’s sequel tentatively titled Collision Course. WT should be on Amazon before Christmas.
Last month HSSW Web TV interviewed me about CATSPAW. It’s on You Tube now at https://youtu.be/hukVHCUzDzU. Have a look. What do you think?
As I get deeper into the research for Collision Course, my planned sequel to the soon to be released Wake Turbulence in the Alcubierre Metric Connection series, I am discovering fascinating properties of so-called “exotic matter” that has negative energy and negative mass. If I were twenty-two and choosing now, I think I’d become aContinue reading “Cosmology is Cool!”