Win an Autographed Copy of My Book "Beyond Einstein" and an Autographed Photo

My book "Beyond Einstein" takes readers on an exciting excursion into discoveries that have led scientists to the brightest new prospect in theoretical physics today--superstring theory. Simply answer the statement below for a chance to WIN an autographed copy of Beyond Einstein and an autographed 5x7 photo.


  • By looking at the current rate of expansion for computing and web technologies, faster connection speeds and development of new programming languages -- How do YOU envision the Internet of the Future?
  • Simply post your answer in the comments section for a chance to win the autographed book & photo.

    Winners are to be announced on June 30th.

    Good Luck!

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