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Zero Point - Power of the gods
by William James   

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Category: 

Science Fiction

Publisher:  iUniverse ISBN-10:  0595528228 Type: 
Pages: 

548

ISBN-13:  9780595528226
Fiction

A Sci-Fi adventure based on actual discoveries in many fields of modern science and the ancient records of civilizations long past.

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Zero Point - Power of the gods

 When Professors James Flanagan and Thomas Nellings from Brooklyn College of Natural History embark on a trip to Kentucky to inspect recently discovered artifacts in Mammoth Cave, they expect to find typical North American remains. But from the moment they inspect the artifacts, they know their lives have changed forever.

        The first indication of anything unusual is the discovery of cuneiform hieroglyphics—the earliest form of writing dating back 6,000 years in Mesopotamia. It’s a mystery how writing of this kind has found its way to the United States. As Flanagan and Nellings explore deeper into the cavern, the pair discern a unique energy form; this Zero Point Energy could be the Holy Grail to unlimited energy which unscrupulous people would do anything to own. But they are truly shocked when they find an alien spacecraft ensconced deep below the earth.

Their routine investigation quickly turns into a high-stakes adventure that could eliminate humanity’s dependence on fossil fuels. Flanagan and Nellings could lose their lives or usher in a new age of peace and prosperity. But will humanity survive long enough to make the transition?


Excerpt

Inside the ship, Larry stood gazing upwards through the transparent dome. He could clearly see the cavern ceiling above the ship and noticed an intense light illuminating the overhead stone. Then he felt a slight shudder as the ship swayed back and forth. My God, he thought, this thing is hovering!
Larry wanted to run, but he was overcome with awe, for he understood that the same force which powered the universe was now feeding unlimited energy to this ship.
The whirring sound abruptly turned into an unholy scream, forcing Larry from his trance. He tried to run, but tripped and fell backwards, landing on the floor between two seats. As he looked up through the translucent dome, terror filled his heart, for the stone ceiling was descending upon the ship! It’s a cave in! No, the saucer is ascending! It’s going to crash into the stone ceiling! He wanted to warn Tom, but he could make no sound.
The ship accelerated upwards; there was no time to react. In one move, Larry rolled onto his side and curled himself into a ball. He screamed as the saucer slammed into the ceiling! Death had come to claim his soul!



Professional Reviews

The Greer Citizen: Review of, “Zero Point – Power of the gods”
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The hellish beam tore into the enemy’s shielding, causing the ship to rock. The effect upon the LZ was immediate and intense as the thunderous echoes of battle now became a steady roar. Within seconds, the enemy ship ceased firing.
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“Good God,” whispered Garcia as he lowered his weapon to shield his eyes. The Apollo’s beam weapon chewed at the enemy’s shielding, but the radiant heat forced Garcia to retreat. Seeking refuge, he moved towards the west gate to use the Humvee as a heat shield.
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Green slouched behind his 50-caliber to shield himself from the intense heat, “This is insane! We’re like little insects watching two dinosaurs battle it out!”
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This passage is from the adventure novel, “Zero Point – Power of the gods”, by William James.
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The book follows two college professors on a journey to inspect recently discovered artifacts in Mammoth Cave. An astrophysicist and an ex-navy join them in exploring a new area of the cavern where they find an alien spacecraft that apparently has been waiting 6,000 years for its owners to return.
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The discovery rapidly becomes a high-stakes adventure for a future without dependency upon fossil fuels and even the survival of humanity.
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Based on science and history, the novel builds on an ancient history to take a bold leap forward as mankind discovers how extra-terrestrials have harnessed Zero Point Energy, the universe’s unlimited source of free energy.
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William James has laced the novel with suspense, intrigue and battles of flying saucers. The book is a page-turner, engrossing for all ages without resorting to foul language or torrid romance to keep readers hooked.
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“Zero Point” should be required reading for middle school students, for it will open young minds to the endless possibilities of exotic future scientific discoveries and space travel. The novel also reveals that archeology and anthropology are worthwhile pursuits that can unlock secrets that can impact the future.
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The book would make a fantastic movie, matching the excitement delivered by the Indiana Jones box office hits.
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Working several hours a day, William James spent two years writing the book. It is the first in a planned trilogy. The next book will find the world rapidly changing as fossil fuels become a thing of the past.
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The Greer Citizen
By Leland Burch
Editor Emeritus



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Reader Reviews for "Zero Point - Power of the gods"

Reviewed by Royce Holleman 5/8/2011
This book truley sparks the imagianation and in my opinion has the potential to inspire a new generation of science and invention
Reviewed by William Clark 5/19/2009
This is by far the best book I have ever read! William James has a unique way to capture the readers attention and imagination. The way he has incorporated, history, science, and an adventure tale is amazing as well as intriguing! This book will leave you on the edge of your seat wanting more. You literally will not be able to put this book down!
Reviewed by William James 5/14/2009
The Greer Citizen: Review of, “Zero Point – Power of the gods”
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The hellish beam tore into the enemy’s shielding, causing the ship to rock. The effect upon the LZ was immediate and intense as the thunderous echoes of battle now became a steady roar. Within seconds, the enemy ship ceased firing.
-
“Good God,” whispered Garcia as he lowered his weapon to shield his eyes. The Apollo’s beam weapon chewed at the enemy’s shielding, but the radiant heat forced Garcia to retreat. Seeking refuge, he moved towards the west gate to use the Humvee as a heat shield.
-
Green slouched behind his 50-caliber to shield himself from the intense heat, “This is insane! We’re like little insects watching two dinosaurs battle it out!”
-
This passage is from the adventure novel, “Zero Point – Power of the gods”, by William James.
-
The book follows two college professors on a journey to inspect recently discovered artifacts in Mammoth Cave. An astrophysicist and an ex-navy join them in exploring a new area of the cavern where they find an alien spacecraft that apparently has been waiting 6,000 years for its owners to return.
-
The discovery rapidly becomes a high-stakes adventure for a future without dependency upon fossil fuels and even the survival of humanity.
-
Based on science and history, the novel builds on an ancient history to take a bold leap forward as mankind discovers how extra-terrestrials have harnessed Zero Point Energy, the universe’s unlimited source of free energy.
-
William James has laced the novel with suspense, intrigue and battles of flying saucers. The book is a page-turner, engrossing for all ages without resorting to foul language or torrid romance to keep readers hooked.
-
“Zero Point” should be required reading for middle school students, for it will open young minds to the endless possibilities of exotic future scientific discoveries and space travel. The novel also reveals that archeology and anthropology are worthwhile pursuits that can unlock secrets that can impact the future.
-
The book would make a fantastic movie, matching the excitement delivered by the Indiana Jones box office hits.
-
Working several hours a day, William James spent two years writing the book. It is the first in a planned trilogy. The next book will find the world rapidly changing as fossil fuels become a thing of the past.
-
The Greer Citizen
By Leland Burch
Editor Emeritus



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