The Weather Machine

By Bruce T. Wilson Sr.
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About the Book

"If history has taught us anything," writes Bruce Wilson, "it is that nothing good comes without the specter of evil lurking nearby." This is the plight of human nature that has caught the imagination of science fiction writers since Mary Shelleys Frankenstein. In an ever-changing world of new and rapidly changing technology, The Weather Machine explores what might happen if a balloon-powered device activated in the atmosphere could alter the weather conditions. Would this creation become a valuable invention for the good of mankind or would such technological sophistication be exploited by the greedy or become a dangerous weapon? Through his characters, Wilson attempts to find a balance between technology and mankinds status in the universe, providing the reader with a gripping and creative work of science fiction.

About the Author

Born in 1953 in New York, Bruce T. Wilson Sr. is a 1975 graduate of Bloomfield College in New Jersey. Wilson is a lifetime member of the YMCA and enjoys tabletop games, music, and gardening. Currently a resident of Titusville, Florida, he is widowed and has one son, Bruce Jr.

Published: 2004
Page Count: 112