Roman Honeymoon, Circa 3000AD.. Thrilling Futuristic Planet Earth.. The Human Beaning is Extinct.. Death And Sickness Is Now Unheard of .. By Hank Curci MS Math Stanford..


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Roman Honeymoon, Circa 3000AD.. Thrilling Futuristic Planet Earth..

The Human Beaning is Extinct..

Death And Sickness Is Now Unheard of ..

By Hank Curci MS Math Stanford..

SYNOPSIS..

John Moore is now back to the 20th century via time machine but left his beautiful 1963 Jaguar sports car on the Apian Way in ancient Rome year 79AD.

John is now in the process of retrieving Jaguar Sports Car via time machine.

The ancient Roman farmer who saw the Jaguar appear in front of him when John took the automobile to ancient Rome fainted then and now he’s watching the red car disappear in front of him and once again faints in total terror knowing the god Jupiter is going to get him.

John More retrieves his red sports car from Ancient Rome via time machine and finds a special traveler.. the terrified farmer’s black Persian cat sound asleep in the Jaguar’s front seat totally oblivious to the whole time machine process of scrambling his DNA and passing it through two thousand years of European history. 

John named the cat Caesar until it had kittens and changed the name to Caesarea.

The DNA of the little kittens was slightly different than a twentieth century cat and the small felines sold for millions of dollars each..

John Moore was now rich beyond his wildest imaginations..  

END SYNOPSIS

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One Response to “Roman Honeymoon, Circa 3000AD.. Thrilling Futuristic Planet Earth.. The Human Beaning is Extinct.. Death And Sickness Is Now Unheard of .. By Hank Curci MS Math Stanford..”

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    Death And Sickness Is Now Unheard of ..

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