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   Soul of the Universe, by Frank Ingels  
 
  Novel, first publication in May 2007
 
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      Trinity was an immense space ship by any standards. A full biosphere design, Trinity was self sustaining and capable of WARP V speed between galaxies. Her travels had been prompted by slowing of the Earth's rotation, a fact well known in the twenty first century. Trinity has begun its historic journey, nearly two decades before, when the Earth was beginning to experience the severe disastrous effects of the tremendous storms and droughts brought on by the rotational slowing. Earth was dying and the need for a place for humanity to settle was critical.

    How did the Trinity'S inhabitants communicate with Earth over the astronomical distances of the far flung Universe? What mission did the Space Commission really envision when they created the Trinity?

    Learn the wonderment and the intense dangers encountered by the Trinity and the lessons learned by the crew.

    Learn as well about the challenges to the ship's mission from within and from without and hidden agenda held by both one of the crew and one form Earth. Their own interests were placed ahead of the safety of the crew, the ship and the mission. Yet, as you will see, their actions were not unreasonable, are defensible to an extent may not results you anticipate nor desire.

     
     
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  • Interstellar Travel - STL (Slower than Light)
  • Space Opera - Space Epics - Space Romances

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