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Zero Data

Auhtor: Charles Saphro

Language: english

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Review by Stephen M. Charme, November 2009


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'Zero Data':

Die Offenbarung Johannis - Eine astronomisch-historische Untersuchung is the title of the German edition of the 1905 book by the Russian astronomer Nikolai Alexandrovich Morozov. In the month of March in 1907 the Russian astronomer Nikolai Alexandrovich Morozov ( 1854-1946) published the book Revelation within Thunderstorm and Tempest. History of the Apocalypses Origin. (After an intervention of the Orthodox clergy the book was placed on the index in the following year. ) In his book Morozov makes the case that the Book of Revelation is describing the astronomical constellation over the island of Patmos on Sunday September 30 395 (Julian year). Morozov presumes that the highly educated John was capable to calculate the Saros cycle and therefore did observe the sky on this day in attendance of a solar eclipse. (This eclipse did occur indeed - over South America however).

Excerpts from the Book 'Zero Data':


... help, or even passive cooperation, from his superiors. As a matter of fact, the more men he could command, the fewer he could use on anything that could ...
... in the direction of THE Launcelot Raichi. But Lonnie came up with an irrefutable alibi, somehow, and the hassle that followed made Jason's luck ...
... shook him and he slammed his fist down on the sacred desk. I've known Lonnie all my life. I know he doesn't know phfut about anything scientific, ...
... trackers of its own Damoclean beam. It made it a cinch to gather in known criminals in the very midst of their first subsequent flagrante delicto. ...
... working on her last G-string. Here, I'll switch it on. Maybe the rescue team's- Building up inside the hundreds of thousands of layers of crystallized ...
... and quality of incident light, you still can't- I can ... As the pause lengthened, Jason's gaze was finally drawn to Lonnie's face. ...
... I made you way back then. Remember when Aggie told you about it? Say, I wonder what's become of her, anyway. Do you know? What? What'd you say? ...
... you do? Moglaut shrugged. You must have done something. What was it? Moglaut, not looking up from the purring machine, shook ...
... the Crown of Charlemagne upon his brow, he stood on tiptoe to wriggle his way back into the embrace of the titanic crystal that was the Diamond ...
... are the keys to that daffodil-hued tri-phibian you ogled at Sporter's exhibit. I must admit you have an eye for dashing machinery even though I can't ...
... thought for the means. * * * * * But while he was about that business, the very limitations of the grid suit furnished an unending ...
... switch on the stereo cube. Maybe Messalina Magdalen or one of the lesser ecdysiasts was presenting the perfection of her techniques over the private ...
... from Wold, the Imperial City, throughout Wold, the Planet. We, last of the line of Wold, who alone may wear the Tiara which is Our Power, and our ...
... he sought the ease of his chair. In the privacy of his office he began to ponder. The months' developments gave him no surprise. Because ...
... backgrounds, indoors and out. Over at Pol-Anx, the servo-tracer went to sleep the desk sergeant yanked the creaking joints of his bunioned ...
... Lonnie selected his night a full-moon night because his now-invisible grid suit didn't require dark. He picked a fairly early hour, too, because ...
... the marble slab that was the entry door, reflecting the blazing light at a different angle. Behind it, McGillis's tightly grinning face. Under McGillis's ...
... or quality of reflectivity to incident light that marble does! Eighty years ago, even the commercial photographers knew about albedo-one ...
... down, clanging against the floor. A quiver as of mirth appeared to shake the different-whiteness. It stooped. One hand-end fumbled at the palmed ...
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