Friesen Press Victoria, BC, Canada (224 pages)
The main characters are entirely fictional. The fictional drama occurs as a fast paced thriller where the hero must outwit criminal and terrorist elements trying to stop him from delivering his final testimony to expose the global warming fraud. There has been a 40-year buildup of hype on the issue with many constituents benefiting professionally and/or financially from the false theory. High drama builds as the debate draws near, and the lives of the hero and his wife are at stake.
The non-fiction is the scientific background of the novel. The main points of the hero which were presented before Congress have since been proven to be true.
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My thesis focused on anthropogenic climate control, weather warfare, population control, eugenics history, social engineering, LSD MK Ultra, neo-colonialsim, Weaponized anthropology and the origins of the CIA and framing theory as it was portrayed visually in the New York Times 1851-2015. Turns out according to correlations in my content analysis Greg Bateson inspired and created all these topics…🧐 My other thesis focused on using rocks to power, feed and control the world. Or at least its c02 levels although c02 doesn’t do anything to control the weather according to measurement and physics.
There are stories of Johnny Appleseed practicing his nurseryman craft in the area of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, and of picking seeds from the pomace at Potomac cider mills in the late 1790s.Another story has Chapman living in Pittsburgh on Grant’s Hill in 1794 at the time of the Whiskey Rebellion.
The popular image is of Johnny Appleseed spreading apple seeds randomly everywhere he went. In fact, he planted nurseries rather than orchards, built fences around them to protect them from livestock, left the nurseries in the care of a neighbor who sold trees on shares, and returned every year or two to tend the nursery.