Volume 24 focuses on the 2000 to 2005 television show "Andromeda" where Captain Dylan Hunt was caught in an event horizon on the edge of a black hole. When his ship was freed from the cryostasis 300 years later, he finds that the Commonwealth has been destroyed. So as captain with one ship, he tries to rebuild the Commonwealth that had the principles, standards, and morals that were preserved by that civilization. There's a similar theme with what this volume set is trying to accomplish where it was frozen. The analogy is that people stumbling across this volume set are like the scavengers that form up as volunteers helping Captain Dylan Hunt accomplish his quest. Chapter 1 does a crude summery regarding "Jerry Maguire." Chapter 2 talks about the Sun as an ovum. It uses the diagram of the Sun regarding its layers and compares it to the diagram of an ovum showing the similarities. If an ovum is female, then it would hint that the Sun is female. Therefore, if the Sun is alive and 109 times the size of the Earth, it has earned the title of "God." Therefore, God would be female. Chapter 3 talks about news regarding the World's Sexiest Computer Hacker. Chapter 4 is about Cuba Gooding, Jr. as Rod Tidwell in "Jerry Maguire." Chapter 5 talks about the Planetary Socratic Method. It's used to explain how the Planet Earth as a floating brain in space would go through a thinking process like humans do. When it rationalizes information, the bits of information that formulate over time would be seen in a person's Family Tree. So by studying events over time such as 300 years of American History, it would be a way of using documented history as a way of tracking the mathematical brain wave patterns of the Planet as a live brain floating in space orbiting the Sun. Chapter 6 talks about Family Trees that are like minted coins. Each year people are born. As they survive, the better the condition of the coin, the rarer and more expensive it is. If people took care of themselves like coins, their value would remain high as opposed to neglect and where it gets dirty and grimy. When people like coins allow themselves to get over used and or abused by the elements, they get dirty and grimy decreasing their value. Sometimes people can affect events. Other times it's tied to society that abuses people as minted coins. Chapter 7 talks about the TIE Fighters of the Evil Empire vs. the X-Wings of the Rebel Alliance regarding symbolism. Chapter 8 talks about the Andromeda Ascendant as a living ship and the concept of restoring a Commonwealth or a good society that was lost due to 300 years of war. Chapter 9 focuses on "Andromeda" Episode #1.3 showing the parallelism between religious followers that were waiting for the 2nd coming of Jesus Christ vs. the children found on the High Guard Station as descendants of the original High Guard. Chapter 10 talks about Stargates from "Stargate: SG-1" because the husband of Lexa Doig as Andromeda is Michael Shanks as Daniel in "Stargate: SG-1." Chapter 11 talks about the article where Russell Crowe claims he saw a UFO. There's discussion about the concept of "Gladiator" as well as the ending scene in "Matrix Revolutions" regarding hackers.