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The Whispering Molecules

Raad Chalabi PhD

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Title: The Whispering Molecules

Publisher: Xlibris

Binding: Hardcover

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Hardcover. 232 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.7in.Ramiz Alkhishin, the authors alter ego, is a grocer. He has a passion for a life that is as independent as possible from its surroundings. To him the trendy place to be in is the one to avoid, while the traditional road to follow is the one to by-pass. He has already documented some of his thought-adventures in eight earlier books. The author, in his new book, The Whispering Molecules, listened to and recorded the whispers of a variety of inert composites. The result of this imaginary project was a series of forty six stand-alone story dialogues where these seemingly life-less objects express their human-like observations as they go about undertaking their designated tasks. The author hopes that through these dialectic scenes the reader can enjoy a trip where absolutes are banned and doubt is a constant companion. When questioned why he dislikes absolutes so much, Ramiz responded by reciting the following dialogue he had overheard: Glass: You seem confused. What happened to you Water: What do you mean Glass: You were clear and transparent but no more so. Water: I paid the price for being nave. Glass: How Water: By thinking that a drop of ink is too small to affect me! This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9781483667218

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Synopsis: Ramiz Alkhishin, the author's alter ego, is a grocer. He has a passion for a life that is as independent as possible from its surroundings. To him the 'trendy' place to be in is the one to avoid, while the 'traditional' road to follow is the one to by-pass. He has already documented some of his thought-adventures in eight earlier books.
The author, in his new book, The Whispering Molecules, listened to and recorded the whispers of a variety of inert composites.   The result of this imaginary project was a series of forty six stand-alone story dialogues where these seemingly life-less objects express their 'human-like' observations as they go about undertaking their designated tasks.
The author hopes that through these dialectic scenes the reader can enjoy a trip where absolutes are banned and doubt is a constant companion. When questioned why he dislikes absolutes so much, Ramiz responded by reciting the following dialogue he had overheard:
Glass: You seem confused. What happened to you?
Water: What do you mean?
Glass: You were clear and transparent but no more so.
Water: I paid the price for being naïve.
Glass: How?
Water: By thinking that a drop of ink is too small to affect me!

From the Author: I was always fascinated by the concept that all things, simple and complex, have few basic constituents, known as elementary particles, from which the entire edifice of the known universe is composed. These elementary particles have very strange and non-common sense features, including being anywhere and nowhere when not observed. The number of elementary particles from which all atoms are made is eighteen. The number of atoms from which all else is built is 118.
My alter ego Ramiz Alkhishin imagined that if he is able to ask an atom as to what it thinks is its most amazing feature her reply would be 'the fact that I am a reality when everything inside me is based on uncertainty'. Ramiz then looked at a mirror and asked himself, 'Am I not just the same?'

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