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  1. The Plot to Save Socrates

    Time Travel The Plot to Save Socrates

    "The Plot to Save Socrates" by Paul Levinson is a captivating time-travel novel that seamlessly blends historical intrigue with futuristic speculation. Set in a world where time travel has become possible, the story follows Sierra Waters, a graduate student in 2042 New York City, who stumbles...
  2. American Cosmic: UFOs, Religion, Technology

    Ufology American Cosmic: UFOs, Religion, Technology

    "American Cosmic: UFOs, Religion, Technology" is a groundbreaking work by Professor D.W. Pasulka that examines the intersections of technology, spirituality, and the UFO phenomenon in contemporary culture. The book takes readers on a journey through the enigmatic world of UFO belief systems...
  3. The Man From Earth: Holocene

    Ufology The Man From Earth: Holocene

    "The Man From Earth: Holocene," a sequel to the cult classic "The Man From Earth," released in 2017, dives back into the extraordinary tale of John Oldman. Directed by Richard Schenkman and written by Emerson Bixby, based on characters created by his father Jerome Bixby, the film explores the...
  4. Groundhog Day

    Time Travel Groundhog Day

    "Groundhog Day," released in 1993, presents a unique take on the time loop concept within the comedy genre. Directed by Harold Ramis and starring Bill Murray, the film follows cynical weatherman Phil Connors as he finds himself inexplicably living the same day over and over again in the small...
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