Well, I’ve made my, The Rise and Fall of Synfood series available. It’s now up and ready to go on Amazon. (Only kindle version for most editions; I’m working on it!) They are priced as low as I could get them, just to give my readers a break.
This is a romantic story (With lots of action) set in our very-near future. The underlying theme is how technology is solving our material needs while ignoring our needs as humans. Each book is complete, with an ending, within the overall chronicle. So, if you don’t care to continue, you still get to read a complete story!
Some of the ideas presented may sound a little far out, but they are all based on real technology and physics that are being considered and explored today. All the action, however, is just to keep you entertained. (A good book needs excitement!)
To get to Amazon’s page, enter the book’s name or just use this link:
To Synfood series, book 1
I have created a short book describing my work to change the Curie Point of a ferromagnetic material and so create an electrical generator with a high efficiency. It’s now available on Amazon and other booksellers. I’ve kept the price as low as possible so others can examine the idea. This concept, although in its infancy, could revolutionize electric power generation.
From the back cover:
Energy is the foundation of Human civilization and critical for our survival as a species. Right now, there are seven billion people on the earth, with one billion added every ten years. From fire, through beasts of burden, all the way to the industrial revolution’s exploitation of coal and oil, mankind’s progress has been tied to energy. Oil and coal, while currently plentiful, create both environmental problems and the unavoidable truth that, with our expanding population, we will soon face critical shortages.
Although we have a few nuclear sources, most energy originates from the sun. Oil and coal are stored sunlight from a buy-gone era. Wind, hydro and biomass are more renewable but expensive and not able to meet realistic demands. For the long-term survival of civilization, we need to find better ways of tapping into the almost limitless power the sun sends us every day. This book describes a device designed to directly capture sunlight, and do it with an efficiency capable of rivaling or exceeding our current methods.