Energized Gold

Energized Gold

by David Fischer, David Fischer
     
 

Political, financial and entrepreneurial arenas clash in an action thriller as greed for money and power oppose 21st century technology and conservative values. Mystery, murder and financial acumen challenge the young idealistic inventor's efforts to commercialize his new energy source for the one-world economy. The invention — which converts cosmic rays into…  See more details below

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Political, financial and entrepreneurial arenas clash in an action thriller as greed for money and power oppose 21st century technology and conservative values. Mystery, murder and financial acumen challenge the young idealistic inventor's efforts to commercialize his new energy source for the one-world economy. The invention — which converts cosmic rays into environmentally clean electrical energy — requires large quantities of gold for fabricated components. The price of gold soars, disrupting world financial markets, and threatens politicians' social entitlement programs. The author explores the current trend of collectivism as it slowly strangles individualism, and, at the same time, develops the protagonist's awareness of the social dimension necessary for human progress.

Author Biography: The author received a degree in Mechanical Engineering from M I T, is a former Naval Officer, private pilot and entrepreneur. He has been intimately involved in many facets of the energy industry while living in Houston, Texas since the early 1950s. He started a company that manufactures electro-mechanical equipment for the military, oceanographic and petroleum industries——worldwide. Product development and patent experience provide personal knowledge for pursuing 21st century technologies. Gold speculation and a Swiss Bank Account in the early 1970s give insight to the need for monetary reform and gold-linked currencies for both political accountability and the new One World Economy. He sees entrepreneurial freedom and independence as essential for worldwide human progress——to meet the demands of future generations.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780738816456
Publisher:
Xlibris Corporation
Publication date:
01/28/2001
Pages:
280
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.75(d)

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