FREQUENCY — A NOVELLA BY JOHN REIZER
Black Rock Observatory, in Tryon, North Carolina, is a privately-owned radio telescope searching for extraterrestrial life. The facility’s giant satellite dish hits pay dirt on New Year’s Eve 2024 as a graduate student, Ronald Phillips, records a strange alien message from a distant galaxy.
A press conference ensues, and the country is informed of the discovery through national television. The recording uploads quickly on Black Rock’s website, and the alien message goes viral. Public reaction is enthusiastic, and the observatory gains publicity through news and social media outlets.
After the recording’s release, many people become infected by a mystery illness. The disease causes tumors in the brains of its victims and noticeable changes in their personalities. Some of the stricken are interviewed by two neurosurgeons, Doctors Kevin Dyar and James Ketterly. Their research leads them to an unthinkable conclusion: The cause of the disease is connected to the observatory.
In a race against time, the neurosurgeons desperately search for a cure to an alien plague that has originated 2.2 billion light-years from Earth.
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Either Thanos or this, anything but the reality we live in…
No, not really
From Extraterrestrials & UFO Sightings UK
“The human eye can see between 430-770THz. Our ears can detect sound between 20Hz-20KHz. These ranges make up a fraction of the total sound and light frequency range. This means there is a lot going around that we cannot see or hear.”
Interesting statement and interesting video clip on fast radio bursts, the frequencies of the world are fascinating for sure!
John, you must have had an inclination for all this come from somewhere to write your intriguing book, “Frequency!”
Before writing that story, I had an idea in my head to create something centered on a radio telescope. Whenever I get these creative urges they keep building in my head until I sit down and work them into a manuscript. Frequency is a cool story and was a lot of fun to write.
Thanks for sharing, Lisa. 🙂
You have to go with whatever flows through your mind, John. Let your conscious be your guide. And with it came the “Frequency!”
And I just got an earful of rock n roll frequencies at a Journey/Toto concert in Milwaukee.
And there were no masks! I saw only very few.
And no health check.
It was fantastic music, but the big speakers at concerts tend to shrill the frequencies. My eardrums are recovering right now.
But the energy frequencies from the people around you is quite upbeat and enjoyable!
That is if they don’t rock you right out of your seat! 😀
Omg! I hear you, Lisa. Or maybe not hear you. A few years ago, my wife and I went to a Journey concert that was both fantastic and loud. It was the loudest damn concert I ever attended. I couldn’t stop the buzz in my ears for several days. A great rock group nonetheless!
It is a great rock band, John! And their new lead singer did very well!
Well worth a little buzzing in ears! ☺