Those policymakers who sound the alarm over these issues and declare sweeping goals like energy independence and drastic cuts in greenhouse gas emissions are hailed for their bold vision, yet none of them have offered a viable plan to reach those goals. But wishing will not make it so. We need real solutions, and we need them now.
Prescription for the Planet provides a roadmap to the post-scarcity era. It explains in clear and straightforward prose how three little-known technologies can be employed in a wondrous synergy to neutralize many of the most pressing dilemmas of our time. And unlike those who warn how painful their partial remedies will be, the way forward will not only be painless but will result in an improvement in the standard of living for everyone on the planet. From limitless and economical clean energy supplies to cheap zero-emission fuel for vehicles to recycling solutions that recover virtually everything without any extra effort on the part of individuals, Prescription for the Planet points the way to a future of almost unbelievable possibility. This is a call to transform the planet through a global energy and environmental revolution. You are cordially invited to participate.
Out of date. Needs to include review of Japanese disaster. I am always suspicious of people who have simple solutions to complex problems.Published 5 hours ago by Arthur A. Edwards
Blees has done some great work here.
Between advanced fission reactors, boron powered cars, and plasma torches that can gasify household trash into useful energy, he... Read more
Enjoyed reading a new perspective on energy remedies. It provided good clear thinking and alternative solutions to the nuclear waste fiascos.Published 23 months ago by Kate Colby
Tom Blees does a good job explaining and advocating for technologies that would produce prodigious quantities of energy, recycle materials (plasma converters), and decrease... Read morePublished on December 12, 2012 by Amazon Customer
When I first read the title of this book, I thought it lacked sufficient punch and wondered if the book would be dry and fail to keep my attention. Read morePublished on May 17, 2012 by Scott Arnold
My reaction to Tom Blees was:
"Thank you for writing your book! Wow! And Bravo!
So many good ideas and such a long list of gored oxen all in one book! Read more
Great book, well written and researched, I love it.
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I agree that the technologies described are very promising and merit serious consideration by the US. Read morePublished on January 15, 2011 by George D. Smith
This author comes across as arrogant, sneering and denigrating of other people, ideas and technologies. This makes the book very difficult to read. Read morePublished on October 24, 2010 by Olive