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Sioux Falls Scientists endorse Wheelers
by Dr. Ian Stewart and Dr. Jack Cohen for applying the
principles of hard evolutionary science to give us a
imaginary glimpse of a possible near future.

Wheelers
By Dr. Ian Stewart and Dr. Jack Cohen

Wheelers (2000) - 356 pages
Wheelers at Amazon.com

Two internationally popular scientists - mathematician Dr. Ian Stewart and Dr. Jack Cohen, coauthors of The Collapse of Chaos and Figments of Reality - present a richly detailed novel of suspenseful adventure and earthshaking concepts, in the grand tradition of Gregory Benford and Greg Bear... Wheelers.

Twenty-third-century civilization is recovering from a decades-long anti-technology frenzy that has left the world underpopulated, the Moon and asteroids controlled by a Tibetan Zen Buddhist sect from a deep-space habitat called the Cuckoo's Nest, and interplanetary exploration in the hands of a few eccentric outcasts.

One such loner is archaeologist Prudence Odingo, who returns to earth to report she's recovered 100,000-year-old wheeled artifacts - from under the ice of the Jovian moon Callisto. Prudence is promptly arrested. But just as she's about to be convicted on criminal fraud charges, several extraordinary events suddenly validate her claims.

The "wheelers" abruptly come to life. And several of Jupiter's moons change their orbits - ready to propel a tremendous planet-destroying comet hurtling toward earth.

For imaginative and incredibly powerful creatures live in Jupiter's hellish atmosphere and have apparently declared war on humanity. And Prudence, along with her allies from the Cuckoo's Nest and the archenemy pedant who once ruined her career, must somehow discover why - in time to avert genocidal tragedy.

Dr. Ian Stewart, professor of mathematics at Warwick University, is a recipient of the Royal Society's Michael Faraday Medal for furthering public understanding of Science. A columnist for Scientific American and frequent television commentator, Dr. Steward is the author of more than 130 papers of mathematical research and 60 books of popular science. Ian Steward lives in England.

Dr. Jack Cohen currently teaches at Warwick University. He has participated in the production of numerous television science specials, notably The Natural History of an Alien for BBC2. As a reproductive biologist, he is a consultant to infertility laboratories; as an xenobiologist, he is a consultant to science fiction writers. Jack Cohen lives in England.

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Wheelers
By Dr. Ian Stewart and Dr. Jack Cohen

Sioux Falls Scientists endorse Wheelers
by Dr. Ian Stewart and Dr. Jack Cohen for applying the
principles of hard evolutionary science to give us a
imaginary glimpse of a possible near future.