like a blueprint for peppers and those who believe that some of humanity will remain when the “end” finally happens. This book starts slow with lots of scientific jargon, but this guy knows his stuff. Everyone needs to read it, then read it again and take notes, then read it and gain and take action and let it all sink in. This is more like real life than any other dystopia book I’ve read. Right along the lines of Alas Babylon. It’s a classic.
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