Wednesday, September 30, 2009

K.E.Perrott author of 'INFINITY 48' Welcomes you to More FACT than FICTION.

WELCOME. Here I hope you enjoy the articles, I hope you are moved to think outside the square, question everything and enjoy that process.


'INFINITY 48' - ISBN: 978 192 1300 882

INFINITY 48’ is my first published novel – A Shakespeare, Hemingway or H.G.Wells I’m not yet! I’m the first to admit my ‘Newbe Naive Style’ shows its self at regular intervals as you read ‘INFINITY 48’ – but despite that or perhaps even refreshingly because of that, I’m sure you’ll find it an interesting, exciting and thought-provoking read, one worthy of your time and money.

I wrote ‘INFINITY 48’ after observing over the years, the resigned sadness and overwhelming pessimism by the majority of people which surmised that humanity would always be plagued with violence and corruption, death, disease and unfair political systems. And further insisting that they could only see a large number of the earth’s population would always succumb to devastating, disgusting, and dire conditions. Certainly, as the story scenario of ‘INFINITY 48’ demonstrates, there are major hurdles for humanity to overcome. But are they insurmountable?

It is almost impossible to find positive hopeful theories about future humans... books, movies and discussions all see future humans in gruff difficult circumstances as we go forward. Not only do they see us still fighting and killing each other but taking that aggression out into our universe. They see advancements in technology as we go forward and as it takes us out into space but they don’t see humans changing as we move forward or acting any different. It seems people can’t imagine us growing out of our barbaric prehistoric skins; but I can.

‘INFINITY 48’ is listed in a number of categories; Adventure, Sci-Fi, Philosophy and General literature. I describe it as an adventure unlike any other. It’s about ideas, possibilities and the consequences of those. I hope it moves people to think outside the square. It explores all the old questions about humanity, its being, about its direction and addresses a myriad of new questions. It illuminates the huge potential and great possibilities for the future and for a humane humanity; freed from murder, illness and labour. In contrast it reveals the darkness – the enemy of our species and the battle we must win or go extinct!

I hope you enjoy reading ‘INFINITY 48’. I’d appreciate any morale support you could give me. If that is by becoming a Fan on Facebook, following me on Twitter, subscribing to or following my blog, that would be cool. If your support is by purchasing a copy of my novel or by recommending it to everybody - that would be very much appreciated also.

Thank you. KEP. Have a great day, bye for now, and good thinking!

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Sunday, September 27, 2009

K.E.Perrott author of 'INFINITY 48' Welcomes you to More FACT than FICTION.

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I came across another great article, and had to share it with you.

Water find could see humans living on moon

12:00 AEST Thu Sep 24 2009
The discovery of large quantities of water under the lunar surface has led to speculation that human habitation on the moon could be possible within decades.

An unmanned craft from the Indian space agency called Chandrayaan-1 has found evidence of large quantities of water spread among the soil on the moon's surface, a discovery which has changed the face of lunar exploration, according to NASA.

Proponents of space travel believe the presence of water on the surface could mean a permanent base on the moon could become practical, with the water molecules able to be converted into oxygen for breathing and hydrogen for fuel.

Project director at the Indian Space Research Association Mylswamy Annadurai said finding water was one of the mission's objectives.

"It’s very satisfying," he told The Times.

"This was one of the main objectives of Chandrayaan-1, to find evidence of water on the Moon."

The discovery is a coup for India, who have been locked in a space race with China for the last few years.

But astronomer at the University of NSW Michael Burton said the amount of water on the moon is tiny compared to water on Earth.

"It wasn't expected they would find water in the soil, but they've found tiny amounts of water vapour in the soil. But it's far less than anything you'd see on even the driest places on Earth," Professor Burton said.

"They reckon they could get about a litre of water for several tonnes of dirt, but it does seem to be widespread, it does seem that they are finding it from all latitudes."

A better hope for a moon base would be ice that is believed to be buried deep below the surface, according to Professor Burton.

Water had been found in samples of dirt brought back from the Apollo 11 mission in 1969, but they had been ignored by scientists who assumed the molecules were from the humid air in Houston, where they had been analysed.

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I'm a new author, 'Infinity 48' is my first novel, I would appreciate any support you could give me, if that is by becoming a fan on Facebook, following me on twitter and subscribing to this blog, that would be cool, if your support was by purchasing a copy of 'Infinity 48' or by recommending my novel to others it would be very much appreciated. Thank you, KEP.
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Friday, September 25, 2009

More FACT than FICTION by K.E.Perrott

WELCOME to more fact than fiction by K.E.Perrott author of 'Infinity 48'. Here I hope you'll find yourself thinking outside the box, questioning everything and comfortable with that.

I've always imagined we humans as space travellers and sooner rather than later - is my hope. I came across this cool article and had to share it with you.

How far could you travel in a spaceship?

Ready to travel? (Image: Jacobs Stock Photography/Getty)

Ready to travel? (Image: Jacobs Stock Photography/Getty)

HOW far could an astronaut travel in a lifetime? Billions of light years, it turns out. But they ought to be careful when to apply the brakes on the return trip.

Ever since cosmologists discovered that the universe's expansion is accelerating, many have wondered just how much this will constrain what we could see with telescopes in the future. Distant regions of the universe will eventually be expanding so fast that light from any objects there can never reach us.

Likewise, dark energy - the mysterious force behind the acceleration - places a limit on human exploration of the universe, says Juliana Kwan at the University of Sydney in New South Wales, Australia, who has now refined this limit on our travels. Even with rockets that could take us to within a whisker of light speed, expansion would still eventually leave us behind.

The furthest that light emitted from our sun today could reach, as it races in vain to outdo the accelerating expansion, currently lies around 15 billion light years away. According to previous calculations by Jeremy Heyl of the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, a super-advanced rocket could get most of this way in a human lifetime. Accelerating at around 9 metres per second per second - which would feel roughly like a comfortable 1 g - a craft could get 99 per cent of the way to the expansion "horizon". Despite the vast distance, this would take only about 50 years in the astronaut's reference frame, because time would pass slower than on Earth due to relativity (Physical Review D, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.72.107302).

Now, in a paper to appear in Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia, Kwan and her colleagues have found the trip could take even less time. Based on the latest cosmological values for dark energy and other parameters, they showed an astronaut could make the journey in only 30 years.

But their calculations also suggest that returning home presents its own challenges. Even slight uncertainties in the strength of dark energy or the total density of matter in the universe could cause a spacecraft to miss Earth by millions of light years. Beginning the deceleration just a second too late could cause you to overshoot the Milky Way, Kwan says. "You would effectively be lost in space."

Still, even if you did stop in the right place, you'd be disappointed. Some 70 billion years would have elapsed back home, so the sun would long, long since have expired, taking Earth with it, and the surrounding view would appear mostly dark.

New Scientist

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Monday, September 21, 2009

WELCOME to More FACT than FICTION by K.E.Perrott author of 'INFINITY 48'

Here I hope you will find yourself thinking outside the square, questioning everything, and comfortable with that.

Today's hard working self employed person, business person or the equally hard working employee are constantly saying how difficult it is to justify the daily struggle.

I'm more often than not hearing people say that - the harder they work the less money they're making and the less time they have to relax and enjoy what they're working so hard for.

The self employed builder I spoke to today, told me that he'd recently had a health scare. He was told he had a suspected fatal disease. As it happened he was cleared of that disease. He said to me, he was disappointed. When he thought he might die he was happy for the relief from the daily struggle it would bring. - He said at least it would have been all over. I felt so sad for him and for the millions of us that feel that way from time to time, especially when you put in the time and the effort, and do all the right things...

For those who say - life wasn't meant to be easy - need to consider the source of such rot!
Because I believe life could and should be so much better for every person on the planet.

It's time to change our thinking! We need to reject the old attitudes from superstition and religious doctrine that tell us this life is unimportant, that the next life in heaven or hell - at the fancy of a god or gods - is more important.

Some religious text states that there will always be the poor and the sick and that life will be a struggle. I find that appalling.

Those ancient writings are a reflection of their time. That is not our time, we have greater intelligence, science, advanced medicine and technology. We must stop working to outdated ideas and move on.

To Quote Professor Elizabeth Fox-Upton from the pages of 'Infinity 48'
'Obviously humans find it easier to blame someone else, rather than take responsibility themselves. It is time for the human race to shed it's insecurities and grow up. We need to relinquish the familiar comfort of the notion of a greater being that we can blame for everything. There is so much to do.'

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Wednesday, September 16, 2009

WELCOME to More FACT than FICTION! Here I hope you will find yourself thinking outside the square, questioning everything, and comfortable with that.

Today I'm re posting 'A Question for you'. I will regularly republish some of my favourite posts for new readers of more-fact-than-fiction and to encourage continuous debate about some of the more important subjects in these publications.

Let’s get right to the topic of discussion. Today at the beginning of the 21st Century we humans are still making all the same mistakes as our ancestors. You’d think we’d have learnt by now – how to create and sustain a better world for ALL people.

Obviously what we’ve done since the beginning of civilization hasn’t worked. Unless our goal was to procreate and fill up the planet; sure we’re well on the way. If we wanted those billions of people, in the main, to live a hard life, full of pain, both physical and emotional; suffer disease and poverty; sure we’ve managed that! But I hardly think that’s satisfactory – we need to totally rethink everything.

Here’s a Question for you.

Would you give up your religion, racism and politics to have a perfect world? Where one equal humanity presides. Where that equal humanity would see us evolve to enjoy a body that would stop the ageing process at age 20, and maintain that forever. Where we’d become smarter by the nano-second. Where we would never get sick or feel physical pain.

Not enough?

What if that one equal humanity was freed from physical work and needed only to think and play – liberated by a nano-technologically and quantum computerized robotic work-force, not requiring human labour to produce our day-to-day needs – leaving us to do science, to explore our universe and to live and love. And most importantly where harming or murdering a fellow human would not even cross the mind of a human.

That is the world I dream of. In my minds-eye I’ve pictured that beautiful world, where there is no war, no starvation, and no crime. Where we all get along and work together to progress our species. It’s that which moved me to write my first novel – ‘Infinity 48’ – it holds all the secretes and new thinking that could give us such a world.

Utopia can be defined as; a dreamland, bliss, or a paradise; to mention a few. I found that people scoff at the possibility of a Utopia for humans. We all like the idea but consider it an impossible dream. That’s sad.

It’s time to lift our expectations, visualize the possibilities and put a progressive plan into action. It will be up to us to make the start! Politicians only think along party lines – a year or two ahead of their next election. Countries, Religions and races only think about what’s best for their group first; as has been the way of our ancestors and primitives before them – and that is the problem. If we humans think about humans as one single united group – as the only grouping that matters; we will have a chance at Utopia.

For me, a human is a human is a human! That’s it! I absolutely believe that if we are to progress and evolve into the remarkable humans I know we can be, the first steps are for us all to be on the same page. If we all believe in each other, and as ONE, we’ll need nothing else.

Some of the solutions and some of the medical and scientific break-throughs I envisage and write about in ‘Infinity 48’ happening, seem only possible way in the future and no help to us today. I say that what we discover and how soon we discover it will depend largely on how soon we all come together as humans first and only.

Consider if you will, a perfect world in your minds-eye and work back from there – it’s not nearly as scary or seemingly impossible that way. You might also be surprised at how many solutions you’ll come up with.

Let me leave you with that for today. I look forward to reading your comments.

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Wednesday, September 9, 2009

'Infinity 48' by K.E.Perrott. Fiction that's fact in the making!

Welcome to More FACT than FICTION by K.E.Perrott.

Press release for 'Infinity 48'.
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New Novel Explores a World Where Innovation and Positivity Reign

Author K.E. Perrott Dares to Show That Anything is Possible

(2009) – War. Recession. Hunger. Disease. These are all problems the people of the world face every day. With all of the bad things happening, it’s easy to believe that nothing will ever change and that the world is destined to continue on a downward spiral. Not so fast. Author K.E. Perrott calls that negative thought process into question in her new book, Infinity 48.

Infinity 48 follows Professor Fox-Upton’s quest to save the world and human species. She is recruited to become the twelfth and final member of a new covert team of scientists, known as SAFARI. This operation, created to better human life and preserve humanity from the threat of terrorists intent on destruction, is part of the secret organization known as INFINITY.

With never-ending funds and some of the greatest minds in the world, INFINITY is responsible for countless scientific and medical discoveries as well as a life-saving anonymous source of intelligence to world security agencies. As the world teeters over the abyss, with terrorism rife and growing in organization and ability, something must be done, before it is too late. And who are the people that can help? INFINITY and the SAFARI team.

“I wrote Infinity 48 because I feel like now is the perfect time for us to question the status quo,” Perrott said. “Infinity 48 is based on well-researched facts and embellished to reflect real possibilities for the reader. I hope it helps us to open our minds and perhaps rethink things we’ve previously taken as a given. The story goes to the heart of many of the problems that trouble and concern us all in our lives today.”

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About the Author

K.E. Perrott is a self-described private person who divides her time between her passions in life: her family, dog, friends, studying, meeting interesting people and writing. To learn more about K.E. Perrott and Infinity 48, visit her website at


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Monday, September 7, 2009


Welcome to More-FACT-than-FICTION by K.E.Perrott author of ‘Infinity 48’.

I had to share this article with you. It’s SO exciting.

Optical Quantum Chip Using Light Particles Tested - Scientists Hail A New Era For Computing UK News Sky News

Super-fast and ultra-small computers have been brought one step closer to reality with the successful test of a new penny-sized chip.

Close-up of a computer micro chip

Traditional computer micro chips are as small as they are likely to get.

The optical quantum chip does away with traditional circuitry and instead uses particles of "whizzing" light.

Scientists asked the "photonic" chip to find the prime factors of 15 and, although it took longer to work it out than a schoolchild could have, it produced the answer - 3 x 5.

The test is a massive breakthrough because it is the first time the chip's processing power has been condensed into such a small size.

Normally to store the same amount of processing power it would need a pack the size of a work bench sitting beside it.

The chip could eventually pave the way for "super-powerful quantum computers".

Cherry Lewis, spokeswoman for the team at Bristol University, explained why we need this technology.

"We are almost getting to the point now where conventional computers cannot go any smaller so we need to go down a completely new route.

"We are talking nano-scale. Particles of light."

Quantum technology aims to exploit the unique properties of quantum mechanics - the physics theory that explains how the world works at microscopic levels.

The main advantage is that unlike transistors in a traditional computer quantum particles can be in two states at the same time.

Also, photons are relatively noise-free and can transmit information at the speed of light.

In the near future the technology could eventually be applied to making internet connections secure, and to developing new materials and medicines.

PhD student Alberto Politi, who performed the experiment with colleague Jonathan Matthews, said: "Finding prime factors may seem like a mathematical abstraction, but the task lies at the heart of modern encryption schemes, including those used for secure internet communication."

The results have been published in the magazine Science.


Let me know what you think.

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