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“There is a fifth dimension, beyond that which is known to man. It is a dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity. It is the middle ground between light and shadow, between science and superstition.”. . .Rod Serling.



“Dale Dapkins is the father of Social Science Fiction . . .” Shirrell Rhoades  - publisher at Amazing Comics.



"A dazzling look at Albert Einstein as a science fiction character of more than general relativity. . ."

. . .H. L. Osterman, editor of Robots and Rustbuckets.


". . .a deep dive into the unconscious using language that reminds me of Finnegan's Wake. . . . 

Peter Wyckoff - The Language of Wall St.



“These stories are an interesting juxtaposition of fantasy, reality, and realization.I loved the reference to raining buttercups and purple bruised clouds. I felt at one moment that I was reading of revelation, the next, turning the page of a comic book . . . “ A Big Fan of Dale’s”



“Every event, no matter how small or large, has a chronological site on a backward scrolling time spiral, each event having been caused by the event previous, and that previous event the product of the one before it, etc. etc. If one journeys backward far enough on the event-time line of living beings, one arrives at the beginning; at the first spark of life . . .the first action of being . . .”

 – Albert Einstein 1944.



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