Convergence

Convergence : Towards Immortality

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What if there was no further need for faith: how would that impact and change the world? What if science was able to unravel the secret to immortality and the composition of the soul: how would that affect humanity? It is the year 2038 and the world has entered a period of great scientific discovery and achievement. It is also a time of upheaval and uncertainty, where old ways, systems and cultures are challenged by new norms, new social structures and new threats. Convergence is the story of Laura, Alessandro and other brave individuals whose destinies become intertwined through a series of significant archaeological and scientific undertakings. It forces them to collaborate in order to ensure that the truth that lies beyond is revealed to all of humanity. The quest they embark upon will propel them to overcome danger and adversity and to answer the ultimate human question through the greatest discovery of all time.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 372 pages
  • 156 x 234 x 19.56mm | 521.63g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1787102912
  • 9781787102910

About Anthony Carilla

Convergence is Anthony Carilla's first major novel. Anthony's inspiration to write Convergence arose from a desire to complete a PhD on the human conscience and its relationship with the brain at the metaphysical level. Whilst there is an enormous body of work about the conscience, consciousness and the brain by many great philosophers, doctors and scientists there is still much to do to try and understand what powers the conscience. Where do our thoughts and dreams come from, where do they go? Are thoughts, ideas and dreams simply chemically derived neuro-electrical impulses or is there something more at stake? Are our dreams and thoughts linked to an unknown energy source at the quantum level? Anthony felt the best way to convey his thoughts on the subject was to write a story that would provide one possible explanation of the essence of the human mind and soul.
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