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Timecaster

Supersymmetry
Book 2

J.A. Konrath
writing as
Joe Kimball

Forecast the Past

Contents

Dedication

 

Synopsis
|
From the Author
|
Ecopunk
|
Epigraph
|
Glossary

 

PART 1: SUPERPARTNERS

Chapter 1
|
Chapter 2
|
Chapter 3
|
Chapter 4
|
Chapter 5
|
Chapter 6
|
Chapter 7
|
Chapter 8
|
Chapter 9
|
Chapter 10

 

PART 2: DARK EARTH MATTERS

Chapter 1
|
Chapter 2
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Chapter 3
|
Chapter 4
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Chapter 5
|
Chapter 6
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Chapter 7
|
Chapter 8

 

PART 3: TERMS OF ENTANGLEMENT

Chapter 1
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Chapter 2
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Chapter 3
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Chapter 4
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Chapter 5
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Chapter 6
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Chapter 7
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Chapter 8
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Chapter 9
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Chapter 10
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Chapter 11
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Chapter 12
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Chapter 13
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Chapter 14
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Chapter 15
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Chapter 16
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Chapter 17
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Chapter 18
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Chapter 19
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Chapter 20
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Chapter 21
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Chapter 22
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Chapter 23
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Chapter 24
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Chapter 25
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Chapter 26
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Chapter 27
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Chapter 28

 

PART 4: ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE

Chapter 1
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Chapter 2
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Chapter 3
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Chapter 4
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Chapter 5
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Chapter 6

 

About J.A. Konrath
|
Ebooks by J.A. Konrath

 

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This novel is for Blake Crouch, who is one of the best friends and best writers in the multiverse.

If you aren’t Blake Crouch, you aren’t allowed to read this n
ovel.

Chicago 2064.

A libertarian utopia of biofuels, legalized drugs, and casual sex. There hasn’t been any violent crime in years.

Until now…

Talon Avalon is a Timecaster; a cop who is able to look back in time and view crimes that have already happened. But that was before he was framed by an alternate version of himself from another dimension. Now he’s being hunted in this world, and countless parallel worlds, as the biggest mass-murderer in history.

While trying to save his kidnapped wife and clear his name, Talon must fight to prevent a series of mishaps that could destroy the multiverse, along with the very fabric of spacetime. He only has a few hours to save an infinity of humanity. All it will take is guts, his fists, some high tech weaponry, and enough strength and savvy to survive genetically mutated monsters, homicidal robots, a zombie apocalypse, and a plethora of erotic encounters.

Time is NOT on his side.

Timecaster Supersymmetry by Joe Kimball

Mankind
Can Rewind

From the Author

A good portion of the science and theoretical physics in this book are real. I made all the other shit up. It also contains graphic sex, violence, and bad language. If that sort of thing bothers you, read another fucking book.

 

The Story So Far…

Any explanation of prior events in the Timecaster multiverse would be lengthy and convoluted. I suggest reading the first book in the series before starting this one. If you’re too cheap to buy it, borrow it from the library, or do a bit torrent search.

 

A Brief History of the Multiverse

The multiverse is infinite, and infinity is an open system.

 

At the same time, the multiverse is entropic. This is in direct contradiction to many hypotheses of modern science, which posit that the multiverse is an isolated system, and only isolated systems can be entropic.

 

But let’s be honest. Scientists are a snooty, self-important bunch who get things wrong all the time.s of Lake MichiganE">

 

Enter Mu.

 

Mu is a Japanese prefix indicating non-existence.

 

It is also, quite coincidentally and ironically, the letter M in the Greek alphabet.

 

Mu was known by the ancient Greeks as μπανανα, a powerful god worshipped for hundreds of years until the Romans took over and rewrote all the history books, changing Mu from
Zeus
to
Deus
, which became Jupiter, which morphed into Yahweh and so on, up through the recently debunked modern religions.

 

Is Mu the creator of everything? Is Mu dark energy? Is Mu the sentient negentropic equilibrium to the multiverse’s entropy? Does Mu exist everywhere at once, or is Mu a quantum embodiment of non-existence?

 

Only one thing is certain…

 

Mu can be a real asshole.

 
 
Ecopunk
– (e’ko-puhngk)
 
A sub-genre of science fiction set in a green, utopian future with a libertarian government. The opposite of nihilistic, authoritarian sci-fi, where no one smiles because everyone is so fucking oppressed.
 
 
 
 
A narrative typified by high-tech gadgetry, over-the-top action, copious amounts of sex, gratuitous and often rude humor, and theoretical physics, taking place in a society that emphasizes personal freedom and respect for the environment.
 
 
 
 
A
Joe Kimball story where people get kicked in the groin a lot.
 

“One always has enough time, if one will apply it well.”

—Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

“Tough times never last. But tough people do.”

—Robert Schuller

“Given time I’ll get it, let me go around, let me go around, let me go around again.”

—The Rainmakers

“Time flies like the wind. Fruit flies like bananas.”

—Groucho Marx

Glossary

In the future, tech and acronyms rule the day…

AFAIK
– As far as I know.

AVCL
– All Vision Contact Lens. Allows user to see in a variety of conditions.,” Mu saidE">

BHV
– Bleeding heart volunteer.

Biofuel
– Fuel made from animal and plant lipids and starches, along with the methane released when composting.

B
ogu
– Kendo armor, consisting of a

(chestplate)
, kote (belt), tare (gloves)
and
men (helmet).

Bot
– Robot.

BRB
– Be right back.

CAA
– Court Appointed Attorney.

Carbon nanotube
– The strongest substance known to man, created in molecular strings by factory labs.

Chickula
– A delicious but deadly bovinsect.

Chip
– A microchip implanted in the wrist of all people at birth; it serves as identification, a universal key, and a debit card.

CPD
– Chicago Peace Department, aka the cops.

Credits
– In a cashless society, a credit is the digital representation of a US dollar, existing solely as data.

CWII
– The second US Civil War of 2034.

Dissy
– One of the Disenfranchised. Someone who rejects the modern way of living and exists off the grid without paying taxes.

DT
– Digital Tablet, a pocket computer.

Duckets
– Old-fashioned paper money, used by dissys.

EPF
– Electronic Perimeter Fence, used to keep suspects in a designated area.

FNP
– A Forget-Me-Not pill. When placed under the tongue, it allows you to vividly recall memories.

FOS
– Full of shit.

Frog legs
– Artificial, flexible spring stilts, used as leg extenders in powerbocking to run faster and jump higher.

Fuct
– Screwed.

Genipet
– A genetically altered pet.

Ghillie Suit
– A camouflage outfit with foliage stitched into it.

GPS
– Global Positioning Satellite.

Hang up
– A vocal command to disconnect a headphone call; also synonymous with
good bye
.

Headphone
– An ear/brain implant allowing phone calls without phones.

Hobo
– The act and equipment used to jump onto a moving train.,” Grandma said. sK

Intranet
– Three hundred petabytes of stored information—every bit of knowledge and media from the history of mankind—that exists preinstalled on every DT.

IRT
– In Real Time.

Kermit
– A pedestrian who powerbocks, using frog leg extensions on their feet.

LEO
– Low earth orbit.

LLVV
– Sorry. You have to read the book to get this definition.

Mu
– Could be the supreme being. Could be something else.

Nife
– A carbon nanotube knife, only a few nanometers thick.

Pet the bunny
– Slang for tuning into space-time using a TEV.

P&P Bars
– Clubs that sell pot and pills.

PB&T
– Peanut butter and tabby.

Pr0n
– Pornography. But you knew that already.

Roids
– Steroids. Those who use roids are known as
roiders
.

Salmonster
– A very bad-ass fish.

Shinai
– A sword used in the Japanese martial art Kendo.

SLP
– State Licensed Prostitute. AKA “social workers.”

SMF
– Sick mother fucker.

Space elevator
– A woven rope of carbon nanotubes, tethered to the earth on one end and a low-earth orbit satellite on the other, which allows for inexpensive travel into space.

Tachyon
– A subatomic particle that can travel faster than the speed of light.

Tesla Field
– A generated electromagnetic field surrounding the earth that supplies cordless electric power.

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