Reality Check: A Catalyst For Reversing Humanity'S Downward Spiral by Pivot
By: Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Co.
Consider for a moment the ethics, the politics, and the will required to save humanity, which is on the verge of pushing Mother Nature and world economies to the breaking point.
Reality Check was written to show the urgency of Reversing Humanity's Downward Spiral by undoing the status quo. The book addresses parenting to economics, political systems to global warming and general environmental destruction, as well as discussing sociology, history, and God.
Listen to the choir of voices beseeching sanity, including philosophers, scientists, musicians, and all who all see the world as a beautiful place deserving to be saved. There are quotes from Plato, The Beatles, Goodall, Sagan, Asimov, and Carlin, to name a few.
What are the consequences of doing nothing?
"Moscow 1993: Arms without hands may point to pollution's gruesome price. Eight children were among 90 born since 1973 with missing terminal limbs in homes clustered around industrial sections of the city."
Who controls the world?
Think on this: The pay ratio for the average worker compared to the CEO is 11 to 1 in Japan. It's 475 to 1 in the United States. No other country in the world even comes close to America's top earners. So what's the solution to making things right in a civilized world?
Pivot is an animal lover with a BS in political science. He aspires to one day become a superhero named The Pantser, a vigilante who goes after schmucks wearing their pants halfway down their butts. He pulls their pants down, pushes them over, then he runs away, of course.