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I was born in Hungary in 1949, educated in Canada, and have been living in Switzerland for the past 20 years. I am a retired technical writer, and now I teach English.

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Simplification of Everything

Andrew Vecsey

Educational entertaining short stories and essays illustrating fundamental concepts in Physics, Chemistry, Geology, Biology, Economics, Politics, and History.


The general reader will find this book thought provoking, interesting and informative.Students will find it entertaining and educational. Parents and teachers looking for short, simple and informative explanations for complex topics will find it useful. Non native English speakers will find the book, along with the accompanying Youtube videos a cheap, convenient and efficient tool for improving their English pronunciation, their listening and comprehension skills as well as increasing their technical vocabulary.

 

The Rescue of Lucy Fer

Andrew Vecsey

A single father and his son risk life and death to rescue the lady of their life out of a prison called Hell.


Joe and his son Chris are in heaven. They have everything they want, except Joe lost his wife a Chris lost his mother. She is locked up in prison for life. Realizing that the only way to get her back is to break her out, they decide to try. But it`s no ordinary jail and it`s not your ordinary life sentence. She is locked up in Hell for eternity. Joe and Chris, disguised as a black poodle and a green parrot from heaven manage to rescue Lucy, but at quite the price. This short book is a satirical fantasy about technology and religion and stands them face to face.

 

A Short History of a Long Futu....

Andrew Vecsey

Account of history and the future. Topics on physics, chemistry, nutrition, biology are treated in a simplified form using analogies and easy-to-understand language.


Humans destroy nature and re-invent it. They replace their bodies by robots and achieve immortality by storing their brains in a centralized safe haven called Heaven Inc.and by controlling their replaceable robot bodies remotely. They find a new world and use a collection of best genes from animals and plants to create a new life form called new-man. They teach new-man all they know, and in turn new man leads them to god.

This book is written to guide new-man much like our bible was written to guide us. Written in a poetic and simplified style full with analogies, it outlines the history of the universe and of mankind and of the physical and social sciences and philosophy. It offers rational explanations of physical laws of gravity, inertia and light as well as a rational answer to the circular question of how a creator god came to be without being created.

Lives of famous people real and imaginary like the one who tamed fire, the builder of the pyramids, Buddha, Attila, Khan, Gutenberg, Luther, Galileo, Adam Smith, Marx, Hitler, and the developers of new technologies in our future as well as the creator of new-man are described.

 

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Andreea Daia wrote 71 days ago

Hi Andrew– Would you be interested in a swap read? I write science....

Shelby Z. wrote 557 days ago

Ahoy me hearty , Sorry for this spam but there are just too many of....

ubulord wrote 580 days ago

"The Prince and the Singularity – A Circular Tale" is a book with one....

jrevino wrote 590 days ago

Hello, my name is James Revino. I am the author of ‘Hollow.’ I was wo....

Adam Thurstman wrote 720 days ago

My book is about reincarnation and is non-fiction, you may be interes....

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I wrote 580 days ago

Table of contents would be nice. view book

I wrote 582 days ago

You cover a lot of interesting thoughts and facts. An index or table of contents would be useful. I will read more and get back to comment. view book

I wrote 1142 days ago

This book is obviously not for you. The book's main aim is not to teach but to make you think, much like a fantasy novel. And it includes many distorted simplifications. The two points of view in this book are those of the scientists in the far future who (I'm sorry to break it to you) do end up... view book

I wrote 1143 days ago

Thanks for reading my book. To answer your questions, this is a science-fiction in a format of a guide book much like the bible. It attempts to explain things with simplifications, analogies, and common sense concepts. With this in mind, the universe in this book is finite. The actual size is not... view book

I wrote 1144 days ago

Yes, it is very easy to recognize when someone is lying. There are 2 things computers can do better than humans, - lying and dying. view book

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