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12/28/07

Romeo and Leila & the Enigma of Time: Thought provoking Science Fiction Relates the Concept of Time to Current Events

Source: Erfan.Net Publishing

Author Bizhan Karimi makes a liberal statement regarding the existing USA -Iran conflict in Romeo and Leila & the Enigma of Time


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BOCA RATON, Fla. - Romeo and Leila & the Enigma of Time by Bizhan Karimi presents strong scientific ideas on the concept of time and relates them directly to the current tension that exists between the USA and Iran.

In Romeo and Leila & the Enigma of Time, seven seductive Middle Eastern women join a party on a Western Federation cruiser floating on the Persian Gulf. The women turn out to be narrators of a science fiction story. They mesmerize the crew and draw a dark picture of the future, ultimately predicting a nuclear war between Iran and USA. The stories, each a different chapter of the book, all relate to the concept of time. One story details the discovery of a time machine; while another story highlights the discovery of the Premonitor, a revolutionary machine that can answer any question about future. Finally, the women share a story about the nuclear bombing of Iran by western countries and its aftermath. An aftermath which raises the question, is it possible to turn back time?

Romeo and Leila & the Enigma of Time has philosophical as well as political aspects. In theory, this book demonstrates how time cannot be a dimension. In terms of politics, it attempts to open a window between the various fanatic power holders in the West and the East.

Having studied the concept of time for the past several years, Karimi utilized his insight in this field of science in order to create a science fiction story that is both thrilling and unique.

For more information or to request a free review copy, members of the press can contact the author at webmaster@erfan.net. Romeo and Leila & the Enigma of Time is available for sale online at Amazon.com, and through additional wholesale and retail channels worldwide.

About the Author

Born in Iran, raised in Europe and currently living in Boca Raton, Florida, Bizhan Karimi holds a Master's in mathematics. He is a member of the International Society for the Study of Time and the author of a book on the concept of time and many other short stories. The owner of many patents in the field of communication, Karimi is constantly working to invent.

Excerpt from Romeo and Leila & the Enigma of Time

"Just a few seconds after the explosion of the first atomic bomb the question was raised: Is it possible to turn back time itself?

The western intelligence service issued reports warning that the Holy Eastern Alliance may have many more atomic weapons than had been previously estimated. The new number was as many as five hundred times the old estimate.

The first bomb was used by one of the western states to preserve world peace. Other western States soon waited in line to use their atomic bombs for the preservation of other noble concepts like democracy and human rights ..."

About Erfan.net

Erfan.net Publishing is a Publishing LLC, that focuses primarily on Iranian culture. Erfan.net is a pioneer in facilitating translation, publication services for Iranian writers looking to fill the gap, and increase the public awareness of Iranian culture in North America.

Erfan.Net Publishing 20423 state Road7 #F6-208, Boca Raton, FL 33498 www.erfan.net

 

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"رومیو و ليلي و معماي زمان" داستاني تخيلي علمي است با مضموني سياسي اجتماعي. نويسندة داستان، بیژن کريمي، رياضيداني است که در سالهاي گذشته تحقيقات و پژوهشهاي پيرامون مفهوم زمان را به دقت دنبال کرده و در همين راستا به عضويت "انجمن بين المللي مطالعة زمان" درآمده. اين قصه به تنشهاي موجود ميان ايران و غرب پرداخته و ديکتاتورمنشي شرق و جنون جهانخواري غرب را به سخره ميگيرد. دانش نويسنده در قلمروي مباحث مربوط به مفهوم زمان، به غناي اين قصة تخيلي ميافزايد.

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