Flatland Dialoguesby David Sayre
Suddenly, evolution is in our hands. Are we alone? Is there more to life? A dialogue on today’s search for intelligent life
A companion work to Flatland (Sayre/Emberley, 2014), the Dialogues offer meaning, comfort, and direction to a world at risk of losing its faith. From the latest science and our places of greatest striving, an expert on the reduction of entropy offers a reality that is rational, faithful, and hopeful.
The inventor of “chirp” FM radio and a standard energy-saving contract, Sayre has formed a dozen companies around the sciences of communication, rehabilitation, and energy. These have made him expert in reducing “entropy,” the measure of both decay and ignorance—and that is how scientists would detect intelligent life, anywhere in the universe.
About the Author
DAVID SAYRE is the author of The Great Improbability, Something There Is, and Flatland, a children’s book illustrated by Rebecca Emberley and recommended by Parents’ Choice Awards. As the inventor of “chirp” FM radio and a standard energy-saving contract, Sayre has formed a dozen companies around the sciences of communication, rehabilitation, and energy. He divides his time between residences in Brevard, North Carolina, and Boston, Massachusetts.
$10.95, 6x9, 90 pgs, softcover, ISBN: 978-1-937721-40-4. Science Essays / Religion & Science / Religious Philosophy. Distributed by University Press of New England (UPNE).
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