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T Theory Says: Who Owns Our Universe (Volume 4) Paperback – October 16, 2016
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About the Author
Author Biography: About the Author: Ed Lukowich began writing his new universe theory books back in 1998. Now, he is the author of the following 5 book cosmology non-fiction book series: Trillion Theory, (the 1st book in the Ed Lukowich cosmology series). Trillion Years Universe Theory, (the 2nd book in the Ed Lukowich cosmology series). Black Holes Built our Cosmos, (the 3rd book in the Ed Lukowich cosmology series). T Theory Says: Who Owns Our Universe, (the 4th book in the Ed Lukowich cosmology series). Spinning Black Hole Inside Our Earth, (the 5th book in the Ed Lukowich cosmology series). Ed is also the author of a futuristic sci-fi novel entitled The Trillionist, which depicts the despicable actions of an older-than-dirt entity which deviously manipulates its planet along a path to disaster. Ed is a former World and Olympian curler and National Coach turned sci-fi cosmology writer. See website www.trillionist.com for his books and e-books.
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After reading the first 3 books in the new 5 book Trillion Theory cosmology series, I really gained a whole new respect for the vital roles which black holes play in building the spheres of our entire cosmos. This new notion left me thinking more about the purposes with which black holes enact their cosmic building exercises. The author put forth, ‘Are these black hole manufactured machines, or do they have an ALIVE component to them?’ If they are indeed ALIVE, who started them, or who owns them, or controls them? Or, are they controllers of the cosmos, just like we see a super massive black hole at the controlling hub of its galaxy? Big questions for sure, leading us out into the next cosmic generation. Most intriguing, to say the least. A 5 star warranted. Robert.