The Eternity Problem

The Eternity Problem

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The Eternity Problem is a science fiction novel where humans are becoming part of a computer system to stop the universe from expanding forever, stagnating the spirits in the essence dimension. The main characters are two young American researchers, a beautiful and ambitious Latvian diplomat, a Pakistani criminal, a Russian businessman, and a humanoid robot stationed on Earth. Dr. Bender has used the latest research in physics, astronomy, biochemistry, and psychology to describe the science behind reincarnation and has woven an exciting and controversial story involving higher dimensions, the evolution of spirits, European politics, and a terrorist nuclear threat. Can humans help save life forever and not lose their humanity in the process? What will be our eternity?
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Product details

  • Paperback | 274 pages
  • 127 x 203 x 15mm | 272g
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 149223222X
  • 9781492232223

About Howard Jeffrey Bender Ph D

Howard Jeffrey Bender has had a long career both in and supporting scientific research. At Penn State University he helped study Jupiter's Great Red Spot using radio astronomy and discovered a new variety of tin while assisting in high pressure physics research. He did physical and chemical analyses at the U.S. Customs Laboratory in New York for three years, was a computer scientist at NASA for 13 years, and taught software engineering at the University of Maryland for 27 years. He has assisted in environmental biodiversity research in Japan and France. He was recognized for his visual improvement system by a Johns Hopkins University competition for Personal Computers to Aid the Handicapped and was awarded a patent for a process computers use to understand human languages. He has a B.S. in science from Penn State University, an M.S. in computer science from Polytechnic Institute of New York, and a Ph.D. in education from the University of Maryland.
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