Backbeat - A Novel of Physics by J. Frederick Arment:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

Backbeat - A Novel of Physics is an unusual novel, combining as it does high-tech mystery story and quantum mechanics. The author shows real writing power in the touching human relationships between the characters, and in the soaring philosophical concepts that connect our experience of ourselves with the quantum world. Highly recommended. Select an invention:

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re: Larry Niven
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re: Isaac Asimov
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re: Clifford Simak
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