Gabriel Ramirez – Time Travel

When we watch a home video of the past, we are going back in time to remember special events that affect us now. Sometimes we wish we could go back and change specific moments that we regret doing at the time to our loved ones that are no longer here. According to Einstein, the faster speed of light will create a vortex of events and allows the ability to go to past events. Can we go back in time to save a loved one, so they can be with us longer like say you still want to alter time to an event one was near death but a couple of days before this person’s end? Can you save them before they die, and how would it help if it was as this person never died, or would it be like that person faked her, his death, remember they never died?
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Brad Smith – Storming the Gap: First Strike

Storming the Gap: First Strike reveals the explosive origins of the Third World War and delves into the opening salvos of the conflict between NATO and the Warsaw Pact in a world where the Cold War turns hot in 1985. This epic story is told from a range of viewpoints – through the eyes of the decision-makers in Washington as well as the tankers and infantry fighting through hills and towns of southern Germany.
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Daniel Syverson – The Renewal

In book four, the people have had enough, now standing up and fighting for their families, fighting to protect their communities, and fighting back against a corrupt federal government, but the revolt will not be without cost. In this final book of the four-part Reset series, the conflict is forced to come to a resolution, one which would either lead to a renewal of the country, or plunge it back into a civil war between those that were part of the original government, and those that were fed up with the corruption of those in the ruling class.
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