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The Force Equation details how the Force of Star Wars fame has recently been discovered by Scientists using the Large Hadron Collider, the biggest scientific experiment in history. In this new ground-breaking book, I have devised the mathematical formula that defines how easily the same Force can be used in everyday life right here on Earth and not in some galaxy far, far away. It turns out, much to my surprise, that The Force Equation appears to be as simple and easy to understand as the simple Einstein equation in which matter is converted to energy.

In this case, however, it is the element of Time that is converted to the power of the Force, and much the same way that Energy from Plutonium is converted into a massive nuclear bomb. In the case of the Force, however, nuclear bombs are no match against the power of this amazing new force of nature that has been there all the time hiding just below the surface of our hum-drum everyday lives. In reading this book, I ask only that my readers bring the same temporary suspension of disbelief that you give to the movies. But, in this case, if you can accomplish this feat, you'll be rewarded with much more than a simple hot-dog and a box of popcorn. This information contained herein will literally dramatically alter your life. More than that, it will alter the world even more drastically if we all begin to take on this power in the manner that I foresee.

It will be mind-blowing to some that something that seems extremely far-out and inconceivable as shown in a Science Fiction movie, like Star Wars can actually be found later on to be more real than we could ever know. This ability for Science Fiction writers to predict the future has been apparent ever since Science Fiction was born.

©2015 Michael Mathiesen (P)2015 Michael Mathiesen

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