Quantum Space by Douglas Phillips
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Very solid SF. And what I mean by that is this: it's based on real science, at least in the core fundamentals, and builds upon this to explore the oddities of quantum physics.
For more information, think about the Standard Model as applied to larger circumstances. From FERMI lab experiments to plain math, the most important feature is perhaps the extrapolations.
If one feature of reality tied to the tiniest dimension gets larger, the reverse is true. From a fiction standpoint, I love it. Macro reality gets small as micro gets large. And why not? It makes for great fiction especially when we've got mystery, the need to cross grand distances, have missing astronauts, and must deal with aliens.
Again, this is great solid SF with a fun, grounded basis. No complaints. :) I love any author that attempts to push the boundaries.
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