“At least 10,000 years ago the Koori knew enough about aerodynamic flight and torque to be able to design and build such sophisticated instruments as returning boomerangs.”
Dr. R.K. Fisher and Martini Fisher re-discover humanity from the very beginning. Following “Time Maps: History, Prehistory and Biological Evolution”, “Time Maps: Australia, Early Sea Travels and Invasions” discusses evidences of early people and sea travels – discovering that, despite the modern invention of the internet, we are not more “connected” than our ancestors.
Written with a Mathematician’s precision and a Historian’s curiosity, Time Maps covers over millennia worth of developments & impacts of civilizations, migrations, leaders and continents. Illuminating concepts of societies, dynasties, heroes, kings and eras through incisive and thorough research, looking at ideas, theories & world views with a sense of wonder and delight.
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R. K. Fisher
R. K. Fisher was born in Stockton, New South Wales, Australia. He graduated as a BSc. (Honors) from the University of New South Wales, Australia at the age of 20, with a degree in Pure Mathematics. He graduated from Carlton University, Canada with a Ph.D in Pure Mathematics in 1972. His name was listed in “Who’s Who Australia” in 1980. After long periods of travels, R.K Fisher spent the majority of his life between Australia and Asia. A lifelong history enthusiast, he started his work on Time Maps in 1996 until the time of his passing in 2008.
Martini Fisher graduated as a BA from Macquarie University, Australia, with a degree in Ancient History. As a writer, her credits include “Wayang: Stories of the Shadow Puppets,” a look at the ancient stories of Javanese creation myths from a traditional performing arts standpoint, and a novella, “Songs from a Mountain.” Spending most of her time in Asia and Australia, Martini Fisher started her contributions for Time Maps in 2008, seeing it through to its completion.