Ham: The Fire Starter
"The smartest particle physicist works with a small group of superintelligent scientists in Geneva Switzerland at the CERN Hadron supercollider on research aimed toward discovering the Higgs boson. During the operation of the Hadron supercollider which smashes protons together at nearly the speed of light the small group of scientists find themselves traveling back in time some 60,000 years to Burundi Africa. Join our scientist as they navigate the dimension shifting future. The time line is the 2012 through 2040 but also forty years surrounding 57,000 BC. The location in the present is Geneva Switzerland as well as Bujumbura Burundi Africa and includes some New York City, East Hampton Connecticut, and Houston Texas. The prehistoric setting is almost entirely in Burundi Africa." (Amazon)
time travel, particle physics, Hadron collider, Geneva, Switzerland, Burundi, Africa, prehistoric setting, East Hampton, CT, New York City, Higgs boson, first novel, science fiction
Arts and Humanities | Creative Writing | Fiction | Physics
Wall, Harvey Douglas, "Ham: The Fire Starter" (2014). Faculty Book Gallery. Book 5.