Wednesday, January 04, 2012
DejaVu All Over Again
Author: James Strait
It had long been debated that the end of days for planet earth was set in concrete as December 21, 2012. Mathematical savant Ana Christensen was merely following her instincts when working a theorem in a direction and style that could never have been accepted by traditional mathematicians.... view more
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Guest: Captain Paul K. Chappell
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Guest: Jacqueline Feilich
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Deja vu All Over Again
IT HAD LONG BEEN DEBATED THAT THE END OF DAYS FOR PLANET EARTH WAS SET
IN CONCRETE AS DECEMBER 21, 2012. Mathematical savant Ana Christensen was
merely following her instincts when working a theorem in a direction and style
that could have never been accepted by traditional mathematicians. As a result
she stumbled upon an ancient Mayan creation, a time loop beginning in 3114BC
and ending on the long contested twenty first century date. In a dynamic race
against time, Ana and her male compatriot battle the forces of individual evil,
bureaucracy, paramilitary mercenaries, and most powerful of all…destiny.
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