by Mateo Holland
Albert Einstein pursued unsuccessfully a theory to reach beyond General Relativity, uniting gravity with the other forces of nature. Perpetual Relativity: The Missing Addendum to “Special” and “General” Relativity cracks the time capsule.
At a rebellious nineteen years old, Holland conceived the Secret of Life, a theory of everything. Having grasped insight into the workings of the universe, Holland knew it would take years to logically expound on what he once inscribed in the sands of a humid Gulf Coast beach in 1989.
Buckle your mind belt. Holland squares complexity, taking you for an insightful journey through his seventeen Conceptions on life.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
“Mateo Holland” is a pseudonym and variation of the author’s birth and blood names. For privacy we only afford the reader a glimpse into his deeply held convictions.
“Mateo” is Spanish for the English “Matthew,” or “Matthaios.” It is Greek for the Hebrew “Matthhyahu,” meaning “Gift of YAHWEH.” Saint Matthew, also Levi, one of the twelve Apostles, supposedly authored the first Gospel in the New Testament.1
Here “Mateo” honors the plight of people crossing free borders pursuing freedom. “Holland,” the bloodline of his beloved and deceased bastard grandfather, honors his ancestral truth, his true surname.
Mateo Holland represents the Plight of Truth.
1 Behind the Name, the Etymology of First Names, www.behindthename.com.
Copyright © 1996-2006, Mike Campbell, email@example.com
(2007, paperback, 32 pages)
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