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How are our lives influenced by science and technology? What would happen if someone figured out how to create the ability to travel back to a fixed point in time - so that cause no longer preceded effect! Does the violation of the physical laws of conservation of mass and energy ever disturb you when you read about time travel? Wait, I’m making this sound like a very geeky book, and it’s not. Not at all. This is the story of a woman married to a man who is devoted to his work on a causality violation device (which he really does not like being called a time machine). It is a story about relationships, self-driving cars, smartphones, and how we behave with people we meet on the internet. I highly recommend this book - even if you never thought you would want to read about time travel. Check Our Catalog

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