Stop the War
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In 2071, the world is on the verge of an environmental catastrophe, leading to the extinction of human life on the planet. With the end clearly in sight, the scientific community decides to take a last desperate, alas covert action on its own. As time travel experiments show promise, an M.I.T. professor undertakes going back into the past to attempt remedial measures. According to the faculty, technology developed too fast during and immediately after the Second World War. Averting the conflict seems the only available solution. Armed with the knowledge of history, the professor takes the leap.

Biography

Meet Gabriel Timar

Born in Hungary in 1932, and a cadet at the elite military school of Nagykaroly during World War II, Gabriel Timar studied civil engineering at the Budapest University. Taking active part in the 1956 revolution, he decided to defect to the West. In the United Kingdom he worked as a structural designer. Ten months later he immigrated to Canada and worked as an engineer. After seven years, he got his first contract in Asia. For the next twenty-odd years he worked in Africa, Asia and the South Pacific as a consulting engineer, chief executive officer, United Nations environmental engineering advisor and finally as a professor.

In 1982 he married, returned to Canada with his Hungarian wife, and taught environmental engineering at Seneca College in Toronto. In 1994 he retired as the Chair of the School of Civil and Resources Engineering Technology.  Following his retirement he began writing. To date, he has published sixteen novels in English and Hungarian, ten English language novels to his credit as shown on his home page. He also wrote several manuals and college textbooks published by the Province of Ontario, Seneca College, United Nations and the University of Malawi.

 

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