Quantum Time Crystals are not the same as the objects described in the book Time Crystals by Wyken Seagrave, although there are some similarities. To avoid confusion, we normally refer to Wyken’s time crystals by their scientific name of Chronoclastite … Continue reading →
Some of the story takes place in the Chateau de Peney in 1536, when the Chateau was burnt down by the citizens of Geneva. In its place there now stands the Chateauvieux, near which is a small chapel and the following signage, … Continue reading →
Adopted on 26 June 1945 (as amended by (a) General Assembly resolutions 1991 A and B (XVIII) of 17 December 1963, (b) General Assembly resolution 2101 (XX) of 20 December 1965, and (c) General Assembly resolution 2847 (XXVI) of 20 … Continue reading →
For technical advice and information I would like to thank: Andy Hillier of Dive Northampton, Angel.Aura, Archives of the State of Geneva, CERN Fire and Rescue Service, CERN Press Office, Colum de Sales Murphy, Dimitri Chichlo, Gene E. Benzenberg, Jez … Continue reading →
Wyken thinks about how Professor Nithold will react to the thread of death in Episode 83 of Time Crystal.
We have added a new event: Have a mad Midsummer’s Day discussing Illustrated Cosmic Monopole with author Wyken Seagrave at this lunchtime meeting. It is reserved for people who have read the book. This will be your opportunity to give feedback and help Wyken … Continue reading →
Following my interview at the Amethyst Centre, the wonderful proprietor Chris has found some people willing to read and give feedback on Illustrated Cosmic Monopole, so I will be sending copies out in the next few days. But today I created … Continue reading →
To celebrate Crystal Day, 5 April 2016, and to mark the publication of the new edition of The Time Tunnel, volume 2 of Time Crystal, Wyken will be interviewed at the Amethyst Centre, Coventry. We expect to publish the results here soon.
Wyken Seagrave gives a 90 second introduction to his epic novel Time Crystal, which will take Irish school-girl Catriona O’Brien on a journey back to the Big Bang in a desperate effort to restart time.
This is the oldest existent south view of Geneva, drawn by Claude Chastillon in about 1590. It closely resembles to what Catriona saw when she arrived in 1536 (Time Crystal Episode 33), and clearly shows the Plague Hospital with its chapel … Continue reading →