Doomsday Chronicle

Doomsday Chronicle

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by Anthony Souza
     
 

6000 years ago, living beings ranging in the hundreds of millions died. The physical evidence is there. Remains litter the Earth - more than 40 million in North America alone. Skeletons are found buried beneath solidified mud or huddled in caves, incompatible species, predators and prey alike, died catastrophically, their limbs and bodies violently torn apart. It

Overview

6000 years ago, living beings ranging in the hundreds of millions died. The physical evidence is there. Remains litter the Earth - more than 40 million in North America alone. Skeletons are found buried beneath solidified mud or huddled in caves, incompatible species, predators and prey alike, died catastrophically, their limbs and bodies violently torn apart. It is about to happen again.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940000896075
Publisher:
Anthony Souza
Publication date:
04/23/2010
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
405,605
File size:
149 KB

Meet the Author

Anthony Dias Souza was born 1935 at Ahualoa, Hamakua, Hawaii. He attended Saint Patrick's School, Kaimuki, Oahu, Hawaii and Graduated Saint Louis College, Kaimuki, Oahu, Hawaii (now called Chaminade College). Later he attended Yale University Institute of Far Eastern Studies courtesy of the United States Government and served in U.S. intelligence service in the Pacific/Far East theater for three years. Upon returning stateside, he further pursued his education in southern California during which time served as special liaison for Los Angeles area congressman and, later, as area coordinator for the mayor of Los Angeles. Later, he served as editor and publisher of The Harbor Alternative - a Los Angeles Harbor region bi-monthly community newspaper and as a partner in a public relations firm, primarily geared to political campaigns but also organized and staged rock concerts in the region including the calamitous California Music Faire. Now retired, he devotes his time to his research and writing.

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Doomsday Chronicle 2.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 24 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
For those interested in geography this is an older book with topics not generally visited in conversations about the end of the world.
Tonya Edwards More than 1 year ago
This is certainly no beach read as the author speaks in geological and other scientific terms. The text didn't flow well, seeming to jump around and repeat itself at points. If you are looking for an interesting opinion on geology, carbon dating, ancient civilizations or Atlantis, you will find this book worth your time.
Dangerous99 More than 1 year ago
This makes a lot of sense and gives a more plausible explanation for previous Extinction Level Events than some of the scientific explanations currently in the mainstream.
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Crazy
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Karen Schymanski More than 1 year ago
Junk book. He thinks Greenland is Atlantis. Outlandish crap. I am surprised he didn't say the aliens did it! Wish I never bought the book.
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prospectorBW More than 1 year ago
Was sort of disapointed in this book,it is similer to "Chariots of the Gods" in that it uses supposed "facts" to try to prove the author's pet theory. It was stilted like a college text and hard to concentrate on. Would make a good sleep aid.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I did not enjoy this book at all.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Interesting read.