Monday, March 5, 2012

4th dimension and space travel

The second installment of videos explaining the science behind the science fiction book, n-Space: Stories, Poems, and Music of the Future.

Sunday, January 1, 2012

Welcome to 2012!

Be on the lookout for a series of brief video essays about the many educational topics mentioned in n-Space: Stories, Poems, and Music of the Future that will soon be available! They will be as short, lively, and to the point as possible.

If any readers have questions, which you would like answered, ask them here!

Chris : )

About the book

The “science” in many science fiction books is often hard to find.
n-Space: Stories, Poems and Music of the Future by Chris Martin is
sci-fi that defies the norm. This collection of science fiction stories for teens and young adults combines science, mathematics and physics in cosmic adventures in realistic ways.
This is one of the most unique fiction books you’ve ever had the opportunity to read. You haven't read a book quite like this before.
Educators, parents, students, and anyone with a desire to learn will benefit from reading the adventures of Jana Maines in n-Space: Stories, Poems and Music of the Future.
Every aspect of these stories is crafted with one goal in mind: to be the best fiction book that will teach and inform readers in the most enjoyable and pleasant way possible.
This approach avoids simply letting science fiction becoming science fantasy. As an experienced educator, Martin believes that science fiction should include real science. The best fiction books teach as they entertain, and these stories are meant to excite and generate interest in science.
Anyone who reads n-Space: Stories, Poems and Music of the Future will gain a real appreciation for the physics of space travel, a greater understanding of the means to tap the amazing potential of new worlds, and the vital importance of understanding that life
must have a purpose.