When Jeff first sat down to write his latest book, The Journey of Atlantis, it was with the idea that science fiction stories never really talk about the making of these massive interstellar vessels that we read about. But, how hard would it be for humans to make a ship 65 miles long, 2.5 miles in diameter in less than one hundred years? This required a lot of research into future and near future engineering technologies, along with human applications and psychologies. What to you pack on an interstellar ark? Lots of questions and problems to address that should be stimulating for the reader and not just focusing on the journey itself.
Jeff has been a scientist with a degree in chemistry for over 25 years. He is still living the normal everyday life of a working scientist with hopes of retiring soon (even in our thirties we think of retiring “soon”, don’t we?). And, also like a lot of people, he likes to look at the stars and wonder. Watching meteor showers are cool too. He enjoys sharing that wonder now in the books that he writes.
“I love science fiction, especially stories that use real and believable science in them. I want to bring that love and experience of all things science to my readers so that they too can know that the future is now.”
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The Journey of Atlantis: Leaving Home
by Jeff Knoblauch
The solar system has 84 years left to live! Find out humanity's solution to the impending destruction of the Earth and the solar system in this very near future hard Sci-Fi story exploring the psychology and technology of an epic lifeboat operation. Many roadblocks and so little time push humanity to the edge. Book one sets the stage for the great journey and the many adventures that lie ahead!
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