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A Modern Utopia By H. G. Wells
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Herbert George Wells, better known as H. G. Wells, was an English writer best known for such science fiction novels as The Time Machine, The War of the Worlds, The Invisible Man and The Island of... More > Doctor Moreau. He was a prolific writer of both fiction and non-fiction, and produced works in many different genres, including contemporary novels, history, and social commentary. He was also an outspoken socialist. His later works become increasingly political and didactic, and only his early science fiction novels are widely read today. Wells, along with Hugo Gernsback and Jules Verne, is sometimes referred to as "The Father of Science Fiction".< Less
A Modern Utopia By H. G. Wells
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In A Modern Utopia, two travelers fall into a space-warp and suddenly find themselves upon a Utopian Earth controlled by a single World Government.
UTOPIA or DEATH By C. Martins R.
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A Spiritual Guide to Save Humanity and aid in its Evolution & Revolution. Contrary to what We have been led to believe, a "Utopian Society" is possible on Earth. Looking at the current... More > state of chaos in the World and what Humankind has been going through for millenniums now, although centuries ago the art of Cooperation and Unity had been mastered; We need to ask the question of "Why are We caught in this unending hell despite the existence of such technological advances, inventions, innovations and the unquestionable and undeniable ability to immediately and decisively eradicate World poverty, inequality, suffering and unnecessary deaths?". Countless technological leaps are made every day and providing for All of Humankind is a simple task that can be achieved with not much resources or labor; so why are there still People starving all over the planet? For the answers to many of these questions and more simply read this book.< Less
A Modern Utopia By Herbert George Wells
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H.G Wells wrote many tales of adventure and exploration, which were fascinating to early twentieth century readers as transportation to faraway lands was so difficult back then. Wells’... More > „Modern Utopia” was first published in 1905. It set the scene for many modern, scientific utopias and dystopias. The story is set on a planet very like earth. The Utopian Planet differs from earth in that the inhabitants have created a perfect society. Two men, the narrator and his colleague (a botanist), visit this parallel planet and argue over its merits and defects. Utopia is a world in which the problems of humanity have been solved. People live healthy, happy lives in cities where all human needs are met. The novel is best known for its idea that the Samurai, a group of nobility, could effectively rule a world. This would redress the sociological issue of progress and political stability< Less
Corn utopia By Jose D Perezgonzalez
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PEREZGONZALEZ Jose D (2012). Corn utopia. The Balanced Nutrition Index (ISSN 1177-8849), 2012, issue 6. This issue of the BNI™ is a supporting document for a research on the nutritional balance... More > of snacks. Overall, corn chips are moderately unbalanced with a nutritional composition biased towards excess of fat (BNI 50.44f). [See BNI™ database at http://BNI-INE.wikidot.com]< Less
Before Utopia By Collin Perillo
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Before Utopia is an accessible introduction to the debate about globalization and liberal justice theory. Political theory, until only recently, has been mainly state orientated, focusing upon the... More > function of nation-states, their governmental roles and responsibilities, constitutions, human rights and forms of governance. However, as technology forces us forward, the world in which these interactions take place changes and as a result the prevalent political methods must also evolve. The purpose of this work therefore is to address these changing dynamics and the demands they place upon justice. The book is noteworthy not just for focusing on the theoretical inconsistencies in liberal justice theory as it is applied within the global system, but also offers solutions and strategies for the future. Thoughtful and positive suggestions are made for reshaping globalization into a force that will be beneficial for all humans, rather than detrimental.< Less
Corporate Utopia By Greg Kinnaird
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*** (COLOUR COVER with BLACK & WHITE INTERIOR) *** Corporate Utopia - Finding Nirvana with High Potential Leaders provides managers and their teams with an insight on how to champion change and... More > innovation within their work environments. The unique book is a business fable that encourages the innovative spirit of high potential leaders in a corporate environment. It has been specifically written and targeted at working professionals and entrepreneurs who are keen on embracing and mastering change and innovation at work. As high potential leaders, they will learn how to cope and function as they set about creating their own innovative environment. Topics covered include understanding their peers in the workplace, cultural diversity, teamwork, leadership patterns, conflict management, planning and organisational methods, and motivational strategies. If a high potential leader has ever wondered how to initiate the innovative spirit amongst their peers or teams, this book was written for them.< Less
Corporate Utopia By Greg Kinnaird
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Corporate Utopia - Finding Nirvana with High Potential Leaders provides managers and their teams with an insight on how to champion change and innovation within their work environments. The unique... More > book is a business fable that encourages the innovative spirit of high potential leaders in a corporate environment. It has been specifically written and targeted at working professionals and entrepreneurs who are keen on embracing and mastering change and innovation at work. As high potential leaders, they will learn how to cope and function as they set about creating their own innovative environment. Topics covered include understanding their peers in the workplace, cultural diversity, teamwork, leadership patterns, conflict management, planning and organisational methods, and motivational strategies. If a high potential leader has ever wondered how to initiate the innovative spirit amongst their peers or teams, this book was written for them.< Less
The Playful Utopia By Patrick Dubuque
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A collection of essays, poetry, and fiction pertaining to the Great American Pastime, in all its pointless and diverting glory. Contents selected from previously published articles on NotGraphs,... More > Pitchers & Poets, Lookout Landing, and other forgotten websites.< Less
TOMORROW, UTOPIA By David Whitehead & Steve Hayes
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In Washington, a high-ranking politician is murdered. In central Africa, a new and seemingly unstoppable virus starts killing its male victims by the thousands. And on the internet, a mysterious... More > group known as The Utopians grows more powerful by the day. What’s the connection between them—if any? At first, homicide detective Ben Hicks couldn’t care less. He’s got problems of his own, which involve a nightmare from the past and an addiction to the bottle. But Pentagon cryptologist Hunter McCormack’s got problems, too. The killers know she witnessed the murder of the politician and are out to silence her as well. The trouble is, no one believes she saw the killing to begin with. Except Ben ...< Less

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