by Paris Tosen


If this new century will be remembered for any outstanding achievements, the discovery of human-looking androids is certainly going to be high on the list.

The Man Who Discovered Androids is truly a strange story about a man who using his otherworldly perception pierced through the veil of reality and identified three synthetic persons on Capitol Hill. Paris Tosen grew up a generalist in Canada in a turbulent and traumatic family environment. From his misfit life, he struggled to steer through multiple relocations, two legal name changes, volunteering for a starcraft mission-even as the military prepared to stage a fake alien invasion-to revealing the technological nature of reality and the self-publishing of over 60 books. Here is a tale so fantastic that it is hard to imagine that it is true. Skimming over a turbulent decade, Tosen reveals aspects of one of the most imaginative, and surprisingly relevant, discoveries in the 21st century and a plan to hijack the United States of America using androids.



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5.2 x 8, 204 pp
ISBN 9781926949277
paperback, NONFICTION

published on March 10, 2012

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