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New Book Melds Artificial Intelligence and Genetic Engineering to Create a World of Horror
Date:9/26/2013

Chalfont, PA (PRWEB) September 26, 2013

Can our consciousness and sense of self endure beyond our physical bodies? As technology evolves can mental immortality become a reality?

These are two of the major questions raised by married authors Thomas P. and Nancy Wise in their new novel The Borealis Genome. Advances in genetic engineering combine with artificial intelligence to create a disturbing world where the minds of the few control those of the masses.

The creation of a weaponized virus allows individuals to upload their minds into the bodies of others creating an army of mental zombies. Tim and his fiancé must find the source of this technology and destroy it before their world completely unravels.

“My work is deeply rooted in technology and how it will affect the future,” said Thomas. “My wife chose to focus on our children while supporting me in my professional endeavors, but she is not very interested in technology. That is why we decided to write the book together creating a sci-fi thriller that would appeal to the casual reader and scientific mind alike.”

The Borealis Genome
By: Thomas P. and Nancy Wise
ISBN: 9781481758895
Available at barnesandnoble.com and amazon.com.

About the authors

Thomas P. Wise has a Ph.D. in organization and management and has been published multiple times. He is currently a director of quality management systems and adjunct professor teaching information systems at the university level. Nancy Wise’s education and passion lies in teaching children equine safety and health. She also volunteers for children’s programs through school, church and scouting programs exposing her keen insight into event planning. Her greatest passion is continuing to support and build a healthy family.

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