ISBN 13: 978-1-937928-91-9
Trim Size: 5" x 8"
Number of Pages: 178
Publisher: Two Harbors Press
Publication Date: 8/5/2012
Was missile defense started to save the free world or start a new empire? Do religions help us understand God or help keep God a mystery? Do schools prepare us for life or delay our lives? Does Congress help protect us or help exploit us? Has there ever been any BS involved in any of the above? Have we embraced or challenged the BS.? This book provides a beginning to considering these questions
The book points things we know but don't seem to own up to. You’ get to examine things along with a professor and his young assistant on an American adventure. Travelling around the country they look at such topics as social interaction, sports professional and local, and our individual fitness. Business and education provide many examples with insights and humor Next, religion and science provide contrasts and similarities. At the end of the journey the professor expounds on the three greatest downfalls of society in the last century.
Will this book change the world? Probably not. Will it change your life? Maybe a little? Will it come to mind at time you need insight or need to make a decision.? I hope so.
This is a book for you. Try it, you’ll like it
Gerry Steiner has enjoyed a life that is varied in location, vocation, and activities. He started in the land of tradition and history, Hampton, Va. and is now on Maui.. He was in the Navy during Vietnam, He followed a career in oceanography and EE (signal processing) His focus included sonar measurements from an ice flow, sensors for the Strategic Defense Initiative, and space-based lasers. Throughout his journeys he watched how things work in society, government, and industry, The way we often pretend and let others pretend gave him the inspiration to write. He often heckled during his career by writing songs about his associates and management. He is now writing these thoughts when not, biking or swimming.