Love Lost in Time Relativity
About the Book
The night was clear and moonless. Paul was gazing out the window of the spacecraft, his work completed, and resigning himself to passenger mode for the next twenty-two minutes, allowing the 747 to carry Relativity 1 to the lower limits of the stratosphere, where it would be launched into space. Visibility was unrestricted and the stars were lit over the desert sky, almost teasing Relativity 1 to chase them. Paul felt the acceleration as the massive jumbo jet began to rumble down the runway, slowly at first, but picking up speed as the stars beckoned above.
About the Author
George G. Nyman has a Bachelor of Science Degree from the State University College at Buffalo. He has earned his living flying as a commuter and corporate pilot since 1980 and has logged over 10,000 hours of flight time primarily in various corporate jet aircraft. As a pilot who loves to fly, he has also yearned to fly into space and has been a huge science fiction fan since he was very young. Having read many of Ray Bradbury’s works at a young age, and remembering vividly the US and Soviet Union space race which climaxed when Neil Armstrong landed the Eagle in July of 1969 on the Lunar Surface, his yearning to someday fly into space still remains sanguine in his life. His interests include chess, ice skating, golf, hockey and reading and exploring about new technological discoveries that will advance mankind to a place that we can now only dream of. Mr. Nyman wishes he could be alive in 20,000 years from now so he could see firsthand the incredible technological advances that will be common place by then. He currently lives in Hickory, North Carolina and flies out of Charlotte Douglas Airport. He has two grown daughters who live in nearby Asheville, North Carolina.