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The Monar Event



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The Monar Event by Sergio Galper
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The Monar event tells the story of a space ship with its crew of five crab shaped robots. They were sent on a mission by their makers from the ancient civilization of the Hurhir. The mission is to travel for ever and report of its findings to their makers. The book describes the complex relationship between the crew and the ship and also the ever changing relationship with their makers. When their traveling reached about a thousand years, the communication with their makers, affected by time and space, began to show signs of deterioration. The crab robots questioned the relevance of the mission. The story grows in intensity when they cross their path with the Monar, a civilization in a state of war with itself. The crab robots involvement with the Monar affects the mission and causes its disintegration. For the first the time the crab robots have to get in touch with their individuality, their uniqueness, their freedom and that was no easy task. ..".The issues you address in your story are of utmost relevance in today's digital society. The role and function of AI, as well as its capacity to approach and perhaps even exceed human intelligence..." Paper True editors.

Author Biography

Sergio was born in Brasil in 1952. He holds a PhD in Microbiology and Plant Pathology from the Hebrew University, Israel and his research on biological control of plant parasites was published in nine peer reviewed scientific journals. Sergio lived during the early seventies in Santa Cruz and Berkley, California and travelled extensively through South America, India and Nepal. He is married, has two children and presently lives in Australia.
Release date NZ
March 22nd, 2018
38 Illustrations; Illustrations, black and white
Sergio Galper
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