This Sci-fi novel starts with the breaking news of one astrophysicist professor at the University of Southern Mississippi possibly inventing a theory to break the light peed barrier, and then running away into Iran. Crossing the light speed barrier is a hot topic among scientists worldwide.
If Iran succeeds in making a spacecraft travelling with the speed of light which can carry nuclear warheads, that’ll be great trouble for America and its allies.
CIA then appoints two Indian commandos, one fighter pilot, and a cloning specialist to pursue the professor.
The commandos with a cunning and calculated espionage plan, succeed in infiltrating into the secret spacecraft research team in Iran.
The story revolves around the making of a light-speed spacecraft, and a subtle love affair between the commandos. Their love turns into a love triangle later...
The time travel and hyperspace jumping narrated in this Sci-Fi novel is totally a new concept, hitherto unheard of space-time relations and interstellar travel ideas. This is going to be a challenge to scientists and science fiction writers.
However, the main topic of the novel is global warming and climate change! It shows how climate change can trigger a World War and ruin our civilization.
Cloning, DNA sampling, and nanotechnology play an important role in preserving the life forms. Noah’s Ark and the great flooding in the Biblical era (and also the Manu's Ark in Matsya Purana) are compared with the light-speed spacecraft and the doomsday in today's world.
You'll also find research ideas that look at diabetes and cancer in a different way. This way you can analyse the killer diseases in a new angle and eradicate them from the modern-day society.
The story also touches the colonization of Mars and the challenges and hopes of the down to earth Martians.
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