The Paradox Effect

Book Review: The Paradox Effect

As a book critic, I was excited to dive into The Paradox Effect by R. A. Freedman, a gripping science fiction thriller that explores the paradoxes of time travel and the consequences of playing with the fabric of reality.

From the first page, I was immediately drawn in by the well-crafted plot that keeps you on your toes from beginning to end. It centers around a team of scientists who have developed a device that can send people back in time for brief periods, only to return

The Paradox Effect

publishedDate : 2020-09-20

authors : R a Freedman

publishers : Amazon Digital Services LLC – Kdp

pageCount : 406

The Paradox Effect (Vol. 1) by K Gibson | Goodreads

This book touches on triggering subjects such as sexual assault, drug abuse, and violence. While the author has taken great lengths to ensure the subject matter is dealt with in a compassionate and respectful manner, it may be troubling for some readers. … The Paradox Effect is the first installment from indie author, K. Gibson, following the …

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Paradox Effect


Paradox Effect

Author by : Gabriel F.W. Koch
Languange Used : en
Release Date : 2015-09-28
Publisher by : Outskirts Press

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Description : Maternal instinct knows no boundaries, including the nano-neural-net intravenously installed in Dannia Weston’s mind to repress her identity, allowing her to perform a mission 300 years before her time. Transported to the year 1954, Dannia becomes a woman with a mid-twentieth century persona, college educated with an aptitude for mechanical invention. Due to her work during the war, she is employed by the U.S. government on a secret project. But what no one knows—including Dannia or those who sent her back to tinker with the mechanical past to reduce future pollution—is what might happen should she become emotionally involved in 1954. The 2254 science team programmed the nano-net to prevent the possibility of pregnancy, but each person reacts to strong emotional stimuli differently, and using birth control not available in 1954 is out of the question. When Dannia falls in love with Peter Hersh and becomes pregnant, her hormones erode a small section of the nano-chained network that stabilizes her new identity, triggering a mild memory rebirth…and threatening her mission and the fate of the world....






The Paradox Effect


The Paradox Effect

Author by : R a Freedman
Languange Used : en
Release Date : 2020-09-20
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ISBN :

Description : An enviable lifestyle turned inside out leads to an intense search for financial stability.An explosive criminal encounter changes everything.Indian Summer, late October 1965. An unwanted pregnancy drives Cal to search for additional finances to support his girlfriend's plight. His job lost, he augments his income with illegal drag racing. An unrevealed disease initiates a fatal abortion. Winning a race ignites a criminal element, and his special car is stolen. Retrieving it triggers multiple murders, a criminal downfall, and an International incident. A financial windfall sends Cal searching for answers to the paradox....






Effect Of The Paradox Valley Unit On The Dissolved Solids Load Of The Dolores River Near Bedrock Colorado 1988 2001


Effect Of The Paradox Valley Unit On The Dissolved Solids Load Of The Dolores River Near Bedrock Colorado 1988 2001

Author by : Daniel T. Chafin
Languange Used : en
Release Date : 2003
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Effects Of The Paradox Valley Unit On Dissolved Solids Sodium And Chloride In The Dolores River Near Bedrock Colorado Water Years 1988 98


Effects Of The Paradox Valley Unit On Dissolved Solids Sodium And Chloride In The Dolores River Near Bedrock Colorado Water Years 1988 98

Author by : Kenneth R. Watts
Languange Used : en
Release Date : 2000
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Effects Of The Paradox Valley Unit On Dissolved Solids Sodium And Chloride In The Dolores River Near Bedrock Colorado Etc U S Geological Survey Wrir 00 4011 July 2000


Effects Of The Paradox Valley Unit On Dissolved Solids Sodium And Chloride In The Dolores River Near Bedrock Colorado Etc U S Geological Survey Wrir 00 4011 July 2000

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Languange Used : en
Release Date : 2000
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The Paradox Of Points


The Paradox Of Points

Author by : Sören Köcher
Languange Used : en
Release Date : 2015-04-14
Publisher by : Springer

ISBN :

Description : In his research, Sören Köcher provides valuable insights on the paradoxical effects of the magnitude of a loyalty program medium—i.e. the sheer number of points, miles, or stamps credited for every purchase and required for reward redemption—on the central consumer decisions in loyalty program memberships. In sum, the results of twelve empirical studies reveal that high magnitude currencies improve the attractiveness of medium collection but entail reluctant medium spending behavior. These findings provide important implications for a more efficient usage of loyalty programs in business practices. In addition, this dissertation discovers a violation of one of the most fundamental assumptions of rational choice theory and thus contributes to a better understanding of when and why people deviate from rational decision-making....






The Paradox Of Hope


The Paradox Of Hope

Author by : Justin D. Klassen
Languange Used : en
Release Date : 2011-11-14
Publisher by : Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN :

Description : In contemporary public discourse, the supposedly comprehensive explanatory power of reason is used to justify a thoroughgoing suspicion of religion. In recent decades, the critiques of postmodernism have generated a different kind of suspicion by construing history as a process that is too arbitrary to be narrated--either by modern reason or by religion. In light of these developments, a question arises regarding the appropriate theological response to such forms of suspicion, both of which threaten not just religion but our sense of human agency as such. Does the retrieval of a meaningful religious subjectivity in a climate of suspicion demand a renewed emphasis upon theology's rhetorical persuasiveness, as Radical Orthodoxy has recently proposed? Or does identifying the believing subject with theology's "grammar" fail to attend to some of the challenges posed by such suspicion? The Paradox of Hope answers these questions in an original and provocative way by clarifying the complex relationship between post-secular theology and the work of Soren Kierkegaard. Ultimately, Klassen argues that Kierkegaard's influence is crucial, albeit obscured, in current post-secular theological imperatives, and that the Dane's eschewal of persuasion in favor of hope's inexplicable resolve provides a more adequate response to the nihilism of contemporary suspicion than do the rhetorical proposals currently on offer. In light of this argument, The Paradox of Hope also rehabilitates some of the voices typically excluded by contemporary theology's rhetoric, including those of Heidegger, Derrida, and Levinas....






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