Charlie Pedersen egressed from the information technology, finance, and the private aerospace sector.
He decided to write novels that mix up-to-date subjects with international world suspense, science, and society.
With an extensive experience working, among other things, with the Apollo systems and America's largest Automated Teller Network, he achieved a clear perception of the humanity and organizations to conceive significant large-scale change.
A native of New York, and a “native to California”, he splits his life between both coasts. Charlie is a world traveler, most recently embracing all the continents including Antarctica.
Divorced at 67, he has raised four boys.
I admire science-fiction. I surely do. And this novel did not disappoint me what so ever. It is very well composed, easy reading in sort of screenplay style, ready to go to the set.
The plot is simple and quite enjoyable: scientists from the future post witty e-messages in hologram structure transversely the space-time continuum to some quantum science laboratories across the planet.
They are five oracles that should conduct humanity to a better end. Problems related to concerning contemporary issues are discussed in the notes.
A few times, during my reading, the ideas recalled me to Al Gore's documentary, "An Inconvenient Truth." We deny our problems until they hit us in the face.
Mr. Charlie Pedersen, brilliantly, suggests that if we are too stubborn to learn from the past, perhaps we could learn from the future. Top quality science fiction!
There are plenty of evidence that shows the volume of research the author did to base his information in real facts. If you read the pdf option of the book, you can follow directly through the links into the places where the information is online.
The author was kind enough to provide me with a copy of the book so I could review it. The front cover of the book is excellent and very well chosen.
This book is a splendid wake-up call for everyone that wants to reflect seriously about their future. I recommend it for adults, teenagers, and mature kids that can understand about time travel.
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