Interstellar is a collection of science fiction adventure stories designed to appeal to all, although more suited to children. The series combines aspects of mythology with new technology as the human race evolves into its true Galactic Human form. Each book is connected as the story is taken on by the next set of characters as the plot continues.
There are twelve stories in all: Temporal Distortion, Cascade, Helter-Skelter, Flight Thirteen, Premonition, Orillion Prime, Coby's Treasure, Nemesis, Marshmallow World, Agent Sky, Beyond, and Planet of Destiny.
The stories are well written, fun to read, and educational too...
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“We humans have a tendency to be very emotional about our beliefs, and if there is data or evidence suggesting our belief is wrong, then we get terribly upset about it. That is what science is all about - to look at evidence that might challenge our theories, with an open mind.
In the fifties, human kind had not been above sixty thousand feet. We lived in a three-layered universe. God in the heavens, men in the middle, and everything else down below. It was the common wisdom then, that we were alone in the universe. The process that produced us has undoubtedly produced living intelligent creatures in many other places in the universe. I would suggest, and we're coming to believe this in science, that on virtually every planet where the environmental conditions permit, there is a likelihood of the production of living systems.
These systems could be anything from the most simple of life forms; from the precursors to life like amino acids to simple organisms and bacteria, up through evolved life forms like the animal kingdom and ourselves, and even perhaps beyond!
But in the recent years, I've had the opportunity to speak to people within government, whom I call the ‘old timers’. Their story is yes, these things really happened - we have been visited, craft and bodies have been recovered from accidents, and that there has been an ‘alien’ presence here.
The main one of interest is the so called Roswell Incident. It has been the one of greatest controversy, because there were many civilians who observed it or were associated with it, as well as military personnel. Officially it didn't come out at that time, because we'd just come out of a war. If this was truly advanced alien technology, then the last thing we wanted was for our enemies at the time (the Soviets) to know about it and gain access to this technology.
Also there's a rationale that people had been frightened by the War Of The Worlds scenario of H.G.Wells a few years earlier, and it was adjudged that people weren't ready for all of this. Most people today think that all the secrecy involved, perhaps properly back then, has out lived its usefulness. That if it is real, then we need to know about it, civilization as a whole needs to know about it, and that people are better prepared for it today.
The alien remains were taken by aircraft first to Fort Worth to an Air Force Base there, and then to Wright Paterson Air Force Base and then on to Dayton Ohio. Many of the people involved are very elderly, particularly the military and government people. Some of them are convinced that it its time to tell. It is a different climate today, and they want to clear their consciences before they die…”