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Miracles to Yesterday: Science and Faith Come Back Together by David Brinkman

Miracles to Yesterday: Science and Faith Come Back Together

by David Brinkman

414 pages
In a lifelong struggle to balance his faith and love for science, David Brinkman's life would take a dramatic change when his father was taken away. In an attempt to honor his dad, and guided my miraculous events, he would solve history mysteries and find the real truth of life.

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About the Book
In 2010, a near death experience for Brinkman would link the miracles and bring on the discovery of the lost Colonial town of Granby. Then came the discovery of the British outpost at Fort Congaree II which had been the training ground for young men who would save the life of a young George Washington and later become heroes of the American Revolution. Brinkmanís experience would then go global when he became the first exact full sequence mtDNA match to that found in the bones of King Richard III.



About the Author
David Brinkman was born in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina but has spent most of his life in Columbia. He graduated from Irmo High School, Midlands Technical College (A.S. in Electronics Technology), and the University of South Carolina (B.S. in Computer and Electrical Engineering.) For 30 years, he has worked as a software engineer for NCR, AT&T, and Intel Corporations. David is an officer and the past (2-times) Chair of the Greater Piedmont Chapter of the Explorers Club.

David never had an interest in history until 1997 when, after losing his father, he began a labor of love to represent and honor his father's military service in his dad's WWII reunion group. It was through this that David caught the history bug. In 2005, the discovery of an old bridge abutment in his new backyard on the Broad River started a series of local history projects from Columbia to Charleston. The work would eventually move across the Atlantic Ocean.



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