The First by K.G. Schalhoub

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25-June-2031. The International Super Collider had just come online in Geneva at CERN. It had taken twenty-one years after the Large Hadron Collider came online to build the next energy level system. The LHC was such a grand success that the worldwide physics community decided CERN was to become the permanent global center for particle physics. Seventy-eight countries contributed to the construction of the ISC-finally a system that would yield all the unanswered questions left by the LHC - beyond Higgs.

Because he was only eleven years old, John Carlisle knew nothing about the current technology of the scientific world. What he did know was what made his life fun and exciting. His world was one of friends and multitasking. What he did not know or could not know was that the Belmont Institute in New Mexico had different plans for him. Neural implants and the consequences of future technology were in his future. He was about to become part of an adventure that only a dreamer would believe existed.


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Published December 18, 2009 by iUniverse. 312 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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