Peter Abass is a seasoned professor with several unbelievable discoveries and inventions. He is ready to reveal these earth-shattering breakthroughs to the world after forty years of preparation. His intentions are much deeper and calculated than merely contributing to science and technology, and the results change the way society, politics, education, and the entire world operates. This unassuming scientist, disgruntled with the state of the world, takes on powerful political figures and presents them with technology outside of their control; technology that threatens their grasp of control over the world. The tumultuous repercussions of his research take him on an adventure through three continents and five countries. These adventures culminate with his masterpiece invention, literally redefining how governments work. After a period of reluctant acceptance, the governments of the world look at the new technology as a means of hope and optimism. Although purely fiction, The Plutonium Nickel presents us with stimulating thought regarding our world of civilization.Jackson, Daniel Dow is the author of 'Plutonium Nickel ' with ISBN 9781424107025 and ISBN 1424107024.