My Best Science Fiction Bundle, Michael Mathiesen
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My Best Science Fiction Bundle
The Jupiter Sun - A 2nd Sun In The Sky

Unabridged: 9 hr 35 min

Format: Digital Audiobook Download

Published: 06/08/2023


I have setup this series that includes the sci-fy version of my concept as well as the non-fictional version that followed because after completing the Book to End All Books, I realized there had to be one more book that describes the science behind my concept of creating a 2nd sun in the sky by igniting the planet Jupiter using laser technology we now know how to create a nuclear fusion reactor in the lab.But, by using this technology as well as our new-fangled rocket ships made possible by Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, Richard Branson as well as NASA, ESA etc, it is now a much closer reality that we can save our planet by taking our know-how into space and accomplishing something that has never been done by any other living things anywhere in the universe as far as we can tell. One this is for sure, this event puts humanity on the Astronomy maps of all other life forms around the galaxy if they are actually out there watching and measuring space as we are.This is a completely original and new idea both in fiction and non-fiction as far as I can tell.The follow-up book: ‘The Jupiter Sun – The Greatest Achievement in Human History’ – was published immediately after this one because I realized that the science that I had uncovered in this book could be accomplished by Humans, but it had to be moved up to a much faster schedule due to the urgent situation that we are in as a species. If we don't find a second source of free, clean, sustainable, renewable and infinite power and pipe it back to the Earth as well as to Mars, we could become extinction as well as cause the extinction of all other life on the Earth due to our continued addiction to fossil fuels, the source of green house gases and the destruction of our atmosphere.The other thing that should be remembered is that in the history of Science, most of the time, the big advances come not from the intentional research that is done, but by accident and serendipity.