The NJSC is the largest particle accelerator in the world. Situated under the Pine Barrens near Lakehurst, New Jersey and Princeton University, its accelerator track is a huge ring buried two hundred feet beneath the surface and stretching thirty miles in circumference. It is dedicated to discovering the most fundamental characteristics of our universe, from its first moments until now.
It also doesn’t exist.
The NJSC was built only in the imagination of science fiction author David Walton and his quantum physics murder mystery, SUPERPOSITION. In the novel, the NJSC’s accelerator tunnels are home to murder, kidnapping, ground-breaking quantum technology, and the creepiest alien creatures you’ve ever seen. The book, which hits stores on April 7, is…
"...a wild ride into the quantum world... like nothing you've ever read before." —Will McIntosh, Hugo award-winning author of Defenders
"...fast-paced action, suspense and riveting mystery — all of it spinning about a core of vivid, speculative science." —David Brin, Hugo and Nebula award-winning author of Existence.
"...the most thrilling and ingenious adventure in quantum physics you’ll ever read!” —Joel Shepherd, author of Originator: A Cassandra Kresnov Novel