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PostPosted: Wed Jun 21, 2006 1:30 am    Post subject: A published novelist looking or help with theoretical physics Reply with quote

Folks -

This is my first post.

My name is Ty Drago, and I'm a published novelist. I have a new hard
SF novel in the works that deals with quantum physics in what I think
is a pretty bold way - at least from a fictional standpoint.

Unfortunately, despite having done considerable research, I'm no
scientist. I'm looking for someone with a strong background in this
type of physics, preferably someone who is also a science fiction fan.
I'd like to ask this someone to read my manuscript and advise me on
improving the science. In return, this individual would be receive a
full, public acknowledgment (with considerable gratitude) in the front
of the finished book.

I hope this request isn't in any way rude or inappropriate for this
forum. But I'm of the opinion that it never hurts to ask.

Thank you all very much.

- Ty Drago

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