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"Pickover contemplates realms beyond our known reality."
-- The New York Times
"Pickover inspires a new generation of da Vincis to build unknown flying machines and create new Mona Lisas."
-- Christian Science Monitor
"Pickover has published nearly a book a year in which he stretches the limits of computers, art, and thought."
-- Los Angeles Times
"Pickover just seems to exist in more dimensions than the rest of us."
-- Ian Stewart, Scientific American
"Add two doses of Isaac Asimov, and one dose each of Martin Gardner and Carl Sagan, and you get Clifford Pickover, one of the most entertaining and thought provoking writers of our time." -- Michael Shermer, Editor-in-Chief of Skeptic
"Clifford A. Pickover is the heir apparent to Carl Sagan..." -- Robert J. Sawyer, author of Calculating God
"In recent years, Pickover has taken up the helm once worn by Isaac Asimov as the most compelling popular explainer of cutting-edge scientific ideas." -- In Pittsburgh
"Jews in Hyperspace: It's Mel Brooks meets Michio Kaku!" -- Mac Tonnies, author of After the Martian Apocalypse
"A Jewish Da Vinci Code" -- Mariana Tomas, entrepreneur
What is Reality Really?
"Cliff Pickover mixes higher dimensions and religion, miracles and modern technology, politics and physics to produce
a gripping tale set in a future Jerusalem.
A strange blend of scientific thriller and a quest for religious harmony."
Orthodox Jews are disappearing from Jerusalem.
One moment they are praying at the Western Wall, and in the blink of an eye, they seem to evaporate,
occasionally leaving behind only their fur hats—their shtreimels—that sit like small, soft flying saucers, perched on stone pavement in the dwindling light.
In order to build the Third Temple while being respectful of the Islamic structures on the Temple Mount,
the Jews have discovered a way to access a fourth spatial dimension. They will build the Third Temple invisibly "above" the
Temple Mount and "above" the Mosque in the direction of the fourth dimension.
Keywords: Future of Israel and Jerusalem, Parallel Universes, The Third Temple in Jerusalem, Nephilim, Angels, The Fourth Dimension
Jewish Publisher Reaction
"An intriguing idea..." -Miriam Zakon, Acquisitions Editor, ArtScroll/Mesorah Publications
"Sounds interesting..." -Rabbi Yitzchak Feldheim, Feldheim Publishers
"Sounds fascinating!" -Barbara Selya, Managing Editor, Hebrew Union College Press
"This sounds like quite a tale!" -Joni Sussman, Director, Kar-Ben Publishing
Science-Fiction Publisher Reaction
"The first take is that we like the book, although not the title." -editor at TOR
"If the science behind the building of the temple is explored in science-fictional way, instead of treated as a miraculous sort of thing, then the book might be in our line." -editor at Baen Books