The Recycling Universe hypothesis proposes that Einstein’s famous equation e = mc2 is reversible under conditions of extreme gravity in that whilst mass may be converted into energy (as in nuclear reactions), energy may be converted into mass within deep gravity wells (within Black Holes) and consequently a viable mechanism for a steady state universe can be defined.
This novel is an accompaniment to my ebook 'Tipping Point' which charts our current situation and the impending peril of climate change. It is intended to put a human face on the potentially cataclysmic events which are already starting to unfold before us that we might understand what the future holds for us all as members of the human race.
It has long been predicted by the World’s scientific community that there would come a time when our planetary resources would become depleted, waste arisings and pollution of the land, air and water would seriously affect the environment we live in and at the same time human numbers would become unsustainable. We have now reached this point, global warming threatens to tip us over into disaster
A primer for senior executives and practitoners in Disaster and Emergency Management Systems.
A practical guide to DEMS implementation. It is clear, descriptive and simple, supported by case studies drawn from the litany of historic failures Essential reading for anyone involved in running an enterprise - it could save your company and possibly even your life!
The alpha Project sends colonising spaceships to nearby stars. With crews hibernated the ships fly to their destinations. Book one charts the progress of Alpha Four as it awakes to its destination and a perilous and expedition-threatening emergency
This treatise offers an alternative paradigm to the 'Big Bang' theory of the origin of the universe. It takes a fresh look at current cosmological knowledge, suggests the existence of and defines a Megamassive Black Hole. The existence of such bodies allows a rational argument for a steady state universe.
This book is not for everybody! It is a somewhat cynical, if amusing tale of the working life of a scientist in the chemical industry. Set in Britain in the '60s 'White heat of the technological revolution' it is a fairly accurate record of how it was to be employed in one of the 25 major companies that Prime Minister Harold Wilson wanted to Nationalise. Thank goodness he didn't!
A primer in environmental management. Covers syllabi for IOSH, NEBOSH, British Safety Council and Iema certificate courses. Originally written for Health & Safety Professionals but useful to anyone with a management role.
Both a fast-moving space odyssey and a powerful love story rolled into one!
Alpha Seven is the seventh colonising spaceship in a series of ten. With it's crew hibernated it is scrippled by a meteorite strike. The surviving crew members are awakened by the on-board computer into a nightmare scenario. They must decide whether to continue with their mission or return to Earth, both risky options!
A good, classic Sci-fi adventure which kept me turning the pages!
Not sure if I agree with the final premise and the action telescoped a little too quickly at the end but overall I enjoyed it and would happily read more of Dr Moreton!