TimeArc: Parts I & II

A cautionary tale of disruptive technology,
a compelling tale of glacial warming.

A brilliant student decides to bend the laws of the University, community & physics in this story of time travel. Jake attempts to skip time, but travels to an age where the glaciers are thawing. Then his modern day family copes with his return. More

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About Franklin Lee Paine

Frank Paine is a technical professional and executive with a career at the cutting edge of computer technology as a product manager and engineer for security, software/network/system and infrastructure products and solutions. He has successfully delivered products and solutions for businesses and consumers. He brings a passion for the benefits of advancing technology that enrich, assist, or entertain customers, while making a profit for the business. Time Arc is his second book.

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Creationists believe evolution is an assault on their religion. It is not. Creationists believe there was a creation event, and deny the fact that mankind existed before that event. This debate continues, and it’s the creationists who are debating the facts against evolution. Using religion to explain science is like grammar checking a calculus equation. Other videos are at: http://bit.ly/PV3vF5

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