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On the Edge of Infinity by Clemens Cavallin

Title On the Edge of Infinity
Author Clemens Cavallin
Publisher Ignatius Press
Release 2019-03-21
Category Religion
Total Pages 300
ISBN 1621642607
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book tells the story of Michael O'Brien, one of the most popular Catholic novelists and painters of our times. It covers his life from his childhood in the Canadian Arctic to the crucial decision in 1976 to devote himself wholly to Christian sacred arts, followed by his inspiration to write fiction and his best-selling apocalyptic novel, Father Elijah. The story then continues to the present with explorations of O'Brien's other works. O'Brien's life is one of struggle against all odds to reestablish Christian culture in the materialist void created by the modern Western world. It is a timely reminder of hope in trials and sufferings, of endurance during marginalization and poverty. This is the first biography of O'Brien, and it also provides an introduction to his novels, paintings, and essays. The author, Clemens Cavallin, was granted unrestricted access to Michael O'Brien's personal archive, including his diary from the late 1970s until the present day. By revealing sides of O'Brien's interior creative life--including mystical experiences, spiritual battles, and illuminations—he has painted a portrait of a contemporary visual and literary artist whose inspiration arises from an intense fusion of imagination and active faith.

Edge of Infinity by Hannu Rajaniemi

Title Edge of Infinity
Author Hannu Rajaniemi
Publisher Solaris
Release 2012-11-27
Category Fiction
Total Pages 384
ISBN 1849974608
Language English, Spanish, and French
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ONE GIANT LEAP FOR MANKIND Those were Neil Armstrong’s immortal words when he became the first human being to step onto another world. All at once, the horizon expanded; the human race was no longer Earthbound. Edge of Infinity is an exhilarating new SF anthology that looks at the next giant leap for humankind: the leap from our home world out into the Solar System. From the eerie transformations in Pat Cadigan’s Hugo-award-winning “The Girl-Thing Who Went Out for Sushi” to the frontier spirit of Sandra McDonald and Stephen D. Covey’s “The Road to NPS,” and from the grandiose vision of Alastair Reynolds’ “Vainglory” to the workaday familiarity of Kristine Kathryn Rusch’s “Safety Tests,” the thirteen stories in this anthology span the whole of the human condition in their race to colonise Earth’s nearest neighbours. Featuring stories by Hannu Rajaniemi, Alastair Reynolds, James S. A. Corey, John Barnes, Stephen Baxter, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Elizabeth Bear, Pat Cadigan, Gwyneth Jones, Paul McAuley, Sandra McDonald, Stephen D. Covey, An Owomoyela, and Bruce Sterling, Edge of Infinity is hard SF adventure at its best and most exhilarating.

Edge of Infinity by Larry Don Garcia

Title Edge of Infinity
Author Larry Don Garcia
Publisher iUniverse
Release 2016-01-22
Category Fiction
Total Pages 222
ISBN 1491786671
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A century after nations of earth united to end radical Islam, global society is finally at peace. Fossil fuels have become obsolete, ending the disparity between rich and poor in oil-rich nations. Both Eastern and Western faiths have lost their appeal with the masses, and only a few carry on the traditional rituals of religion. Life is good for Jefferson Alvarez who prefers the name Stone. A Geologist by trade he could never imagine where his path in life will lead. Meanwhile, Samantha Williams and Argo Trillian will prove to be key players in reestablishing the lost faith and beginning the world’s journey to enlightenment. In the year 2115, events are set in motion that lead to the truth about humanity and answer questions we have long pondered. How can we propel matter at light speed? Could the sighting of ghostly apparitions mean that a parallel dimension exists? Could this dimension be key in making travel in the solar system and beyond practical? Is time travel commonplace among advanced civilizations? Does a god exist, and if so, was Jesus of another kingdom as he claimed? Are we alone in the universe? This science fiction novel explores a future in which truths are revealed that will change the course of humanity’s destiny forever.

Edge of Infinity by Jeffrey Groteboer

Title Edge of Infinity
Author Jeffrey Groteboer
Publisher Mayhaven Pub
Release 1992
Category Fiction
Total Pages 276
ISBN 9781878044136
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Weird Maths by David Darling

Title Weird Maths
Author David Darling
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release 2018-02-01
Category Mathematics
Total Pages 288
ISBN 1786072653
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Is anything truly random? Does infinity actually exist? Could we ever see into other dimensions? In this delightful journey of discovery, David Darling and extraordinary child prodigy Agnijo Banerjee draw connections between the cutting edge of modern maths and life as we understand it, delving into the strange – would we like alien music? – and venturing out on quests to consider the existence of free will and the fantastical future of quantum computers. Packed with puzzles and paradoxes, mind-bending concepts and surprising solutions, this is for anyone who wants life’s questions answered – even those you never thought to ask.

The Edge of Infinity by Fulvio Melia

Title The Edge of Infinity
Author Fulvio Melia
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Release 2003-09-04
Category Science
Total Pages 148
ISBN 9780521814058
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Weird Maths by David J. Darling

Title Weird Maths
Author David J. Darling
Publisher
Release 2018
Category Mathematics
Total Pages 267
ISBN 9789352779901
Language English, Spanish, and French
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At the Edge of Infinity by George Alexiou

Title At the Edge of Infinity
Author George Alexiou
Publisher Claritas Publishing
Release 2008-03-24
Category Body, Mind & Spirit
Total Pages 84
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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At the Edge of Infinity presents, in a light easy to read style, a series of reflections on destiny and the role of "free will." Structured on the metaphor of "life as a continuing journey" it offers practical advice and guidance at every turn in the road, on topics from "Feelings are Mutual" to "Inviting Success"; from "Purpose is Pristine" to "The Edge of Power." Its guiding philosophy is one that seeks to move beyond the alternatives of free will and fatalism. While it stresses the importance of free choice and of personal responsibility, it emphasizes that all such choices are necessarily part of a Divine plan. In light of this, it advocates an attitude of openness, awareness, and ultimately of stillness.

On the Edge of Infinity by Clemens Cavallin

Title On the Edge of Infinity
Author Clemens Cavallin
Publisher Ignatius Press
Release 2019-03-25
Category Religion
Total Pages 300
ISBN 164229070X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book tells the story of Michael O'Brien, one of the most popular Catholic novelists and painters of our times. It covers his life from his childhood in the Canadian Arctic to the crucial decision in 1976 to devote himself wholly to Christian sacred arts, followed by his inspiration to write fiction and his best-selling apocalyptic novel, Father Elijah. The story then continues to the present with explorations of O'Brien's other works. O'Brien's life is one of struggle against all odds to reestablish Christian culture in the materialist void created by the modern Western world. It is a timely reminder of hope in trials and sufferings, of endurance during marginalization and poverty. This is the first biography of O'Brien, and it also provides an introduction to his novels, paintings, and essays. The author, Clemens Cavallin, was granted unrestricted access to Michael O'Brien's personal archive, including his diary from the late 1970s until the present day. By revealing sides of O'Brien's interior creative life--including mystical experiences, spiritual battles, and illuminations—he has painted a portrait of a contemporary visual and literary artist whose inspiration arises from an intense fusion of imagination and active faith.

On the Edge of Infinity by Stefan Klein

Title On the Edge of Infinity
Author Stefan Klein
Publisher Hachette UK
Release 2018-08-02
Category Science
Total Pages 240
ISBN 1788400712
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From the award-winning, bestselling German science author Stefan Klein An original way into the most thought-provoking scientific theories and ideas, On The Edge of Infinity is the perfect read for those curious about the workings of the universe. * How can a hurricane can reveal the world's unpredictability? How can a greying beard might demonstrate the irreversibility of time? How do the exploits of burglars in New York and London demonstrate how everything can be in two places at once? Employing stories about simple everyday items or occurrences as analogies to illuminate counterintuitive realities behind the visible world, On The Edge of Infinity reveals the astonishing beauty of the universe. This book transforms a simple everyday thing such as a rose blossom, or a day of stormy weather, into a key to understanding the most complex ideas and theories in 21st century physics. Stefan Klein unpicks the complexities and intricacies of physics, from the answered questions to the dark corners of what we have yet to discover, making this an accessible read to those with no previous knowledge of the subject.

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