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The Evidence of Things Seen

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The Evidence of Things Seen

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28 pages
21 minutes
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Oct 27, 2011
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9781465828620
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When a young scientist turns her new invention, the chronoscope, to 1st century Palestine, she finds the result she least expected--Jesus of Nazareth's empty tomb.

Publisher:
Released:
Oct 27, 2011
ISBN:
9781465828620
Format:
Book

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Raymund Eich files patent applications, earned a Ph.D., won a national quiz bowl championship, writes science fiction and fantasy, and affirms Robert Heinlein's dictum that specialization is for insects.In a typical day, he may talk with university biology and science communication faculty, silicon chip designers, patent attorneys, epileptologists, and rocket scientists. Hundreds of papers cite his graduate research on the reactions of nitric oxide with heme proteins.He lives in Houston with his wife, son, and daughter.

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THE EVIDENCE OF THINGS SEEN

Raymund Eich

CV-2 Books ● Houston

This is a work of fiction. All the characters and events portrayed in this book are fictitious, and any resemblance to real people, living or dead, or any known events is purely coincidental.

THE EVIDENCE OF THINGS SEEN

© 1998 Raymund Eich

Originally published in Odyssey #4, 1998.

All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without the written permission of the author, except where permitted by law.

Cover art: The Empty Tomb © Glenda Powers|Bigstock.com

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But who may abide the day of his coming?  and who shall stand when he appeareth?

                                                            —Malachi 3:2a

I’ve been waiting my whole life for this day, boss, Joel said.  This is the day religion dies.

Professor Evelyn Troelsch dragged a chair over the worn tile and sat near him. Just the superstitious part of it.

His brown eyes glinted.  As if there’s anything more to it, he said, and turned to oppenheimer, one of the Physics Department’s workstations.  He always grew feisty when he had high expectations, and Evelyn knew he pushed her buttons to provoke her to argue.  Today was too solemn, and she refused the bait.

Joel typed, and the starting window for ClioView, the chronoscope refinement program, popped up on the monitor.  "First I’m going to run a time lapse of the tomb. Every

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