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The last theorem EPUB TORRENT por Arthur c. clarke 978-0007290024
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  • Título Original: The last theorem
  • Autor del libro: Arthur c. clarke
  • ISBN: 978-0007290024
  • Idioma: ES
  • Páginas recuento:423
  • Realese fecha:2009-03-16
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The last theorem EPUB TORRENT por Arthur c. clarke 978-0007290024

30 light years away&sbquo- a race known simply as the One Point Fives are plotting a dangerous invasion plan&sbquo- one that will wipe humankind off the face of the Earth...
Meanwhile&sbquo- in Sri Lanka&sbquo- a young astronomy student&sbquo- Ranjit Subramanian&sbquo- becomes obsessed with a three&minus-hundred&minus-year&minus-old theorem that promises to unlock the secrets of the universe. While Ranjit studies the problem&sbquo- tensions grow between the nations of the world and a UN taskforce headed up by China&sbquo- America and Russia code&minus-named Silent Thunder begins bombing volatile regimes into submission.
On the eve of the invasion of Earth a space elevator is completed&sbquo- helped in part by Ranjit&sbquo- which will herald a new type of Olympics to be held in Low&minus-Earth Orbit. But when alien forces arrive Ranjit is forced to question his own actions&sbquo- in a bid to save the lives of not just his own family but of all of humankind.
Co&minus-written with fellow grand master Frederik Pohl&sbquo- THE LAST THEOREMonly provides a fitting end to the career one of the most famous names in science fiction but also sets a new benchmark in contemporary prescient science fiction. It tackles with ease epic themes as diverse as third world poverty&sbquo- the atrocities of modern warfare in a post&minus-nuclear age&sbquo- space elevators&sbquo- pure mathematics and mankind&prime-s first contact with extra&minus-terrestrials.