The Tels by Paul Black:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

The Tels is book one of a three part series. The story takes place about 100 years in the future, and centers on Jonathan Kortel, who is approached by a shadowy group called the Tels. They, along with another group, covet his telekinetic gifts, because his power could change the destiny of mankind. Select an invention:

Biolution - biological manufacturing
The revolution in biological manufacturing techniques.

Interway - computer-controlled highway
Computer-controlled highway.

 

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