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A Brief History of the Recent Future By David Manning
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David Manning wrote A Brief History of the Recent Future in the mid 1970s with the idea of satirizing the present by forecasting the most bizarre imaginable future. The result was a "verbally... More > animated cartoon" tracing the evolution of an apocalyptic conflict between proponents of ganic garbage vs those advocating ficial garbage as civilization's final energy resource. Along the way, the tale introduces such absurdities as a credit-system economy; the Bronx Sanitation Air Force; a 3,000-acre rubber-raft island named Carabia; a news toaster that burns headlines onto breakfast bread; and people metabolically transformed by Mango Tango, the core building block of the artificial ecosystem. Resurrected from the past, the book remains, after 35-plus years, a satiric fantasy, now looking back at the odd events nobody knows transpired but brought us to our increasingly dystopian state. Once the harbinger of a future too ridiculous to contemplate, the original bizarre predictions resonate more every day.< Less
The history of man - An alien civilization By Peter Maxwell Slattery
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This book is about man’s connection to the stars, how our existence came about and how knowledge was seeded on earth in man with an alien connection. In this book you will read what has been... More > found during investigations of all types that point to man being in contact with aliens for thousands of years. It is now estimated that between 200 and 400 billion planets exist just in our galaxy alone. So to think we are alone would be so delusional.< Less
A Man's History By Donald Goodchild
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A story of a man who's life shows both courage and the ability to cope with both life, love and children during the early years.
The History of Man: An Alien Civilization By Peter Maxwell Slattery
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This book is about man’s connection to the stars, how our existence came about and how knowledge was seeded on earth in man with an alien connection. In this book you will read what has been... More > found during investigations of all types that point to man being in contact with aliens for thousands of years. It is now estimated that between 200 and 400 billion planets exist just in our galaxy alone. So to think we are alone would be so delusional.< Less
The History of Man: An Alien Civilization By Peter Maxwell Slattery
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This book is about man’s connection to the stars, how our existence came about and how knowledge was seeded on earth in man with an alien connection. In this book you will read what has been... More > found during investigations of all types that point to man being in contact with aliens for thousands of years. It is now estimated that between 200 and 400 billion planets exist just in our galaxy alone. So to think we are alone would be so delusional.< Less
A Brief History of the Recent Future - A Dystopian Fantasy By David Manning
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David Manning wrote A Brief History of the Recent Future in the mid 1970s with the idea of satirizing the present by forecasting the most bizarre imaginable future. The result was a "verbally... More > animated cartoon" tracing the evolution of an apocalyptic conflict between proponents of ganic garbage vs those advocating ficial garbage as civilization's final energy resource. Along the way, the tale introduces such absurdities as a credit-system economy; the Bronx Sanitation Air Force; a 3,000-acre rubber-raft island named Carabia; a news toaster that burns headlines onto breakfast bread; and people metabolically transformed by Mango Tango, the core building block of the artificial ecosystem. Resurrected from the past, the book remains, after 35-plus years, a satiric fantasy, now looking back at the odd events nobody knows transpired but brought us to our increasingly dystopian state. Once the harbinger of a future too ridiculous to contemplate, the original bizarre predictions resonate more every day.< Less
A Brief History of the Recent Future (Galley Edition) By David Manning
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(lower priced Galley Edition). A Brief History of the Recent Future was written in the mid 1970s with the idea of satirizing the present by forecasting the most bizarre imaginable future. The result... More > was a "verbally animated cartoon tracing the evolution of an apocalyptic conflict between proponents of ganic garbage vs ficial garbage as civilization's final energy resource. Along the way, the tale introduces such absurdities as a credit-system economy; the Bronx Sanitation Air Force; a 3,000-acre rubber-raft island named Carabia; a news toaster that burns headlines onto breakfast bread; and people metabolically transformed by Mango Tango, the core building block of the artificial ecosystem. Resurrected from the past, the book remains, after 35-plus years, a satiric fantasy, now looking back at the odd events nobody knows transpired but brought us to our increasingly dystopian state. Once the harbinger of a future too ridiculous to contemplate, the original bizarre predictions resonate more every day.< Less
A Brief History of Manned Space Flight By Keith Kisser
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A piece of micro-fiction, suitable for a contemplative evening at the computer.
BEAN - The History of A Man and His Family By Graham Cotter
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The fascinating biography of Charles Cotter - planter, penkeeper in the Jamaica of the end of the nineteenth century and prior to The Great War, sailor, soldier and noted amateur archeologist,... More > lavishly illustrated and written by his son.< Less
Man of History (Enlarged/A5) By Samantha Lawsky
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Heniek Wroczlawski, a survivor of Auschwitz, had kept most memories of the Holocaust to himself until two events occurred in 2006. First, his family showed him a photograph, newly culled from... More > archives, of Heniek with a group of children behind a fence at Auschwitz just before liberation. Secondly, a very curious granddaughter began asking questions, and Heniek decided to talk.< Less