Americans are realizing that information overload is real and toxic. That much of what we thought we knew to be true is questionable. This book explores the impact of those revelations.
Our culture is experiencing an epidemic of paranoia and self-doubt. We are wondering why formerly reliable traditions and sources of information have been compromised.
It seems that science-based prescriptions for making America healthy are perversely counterintuitive. If we want to protect our family, the next generation, and those that come later, should we be so quick to remodel our foundations, and what will it take to recapture the energy and commitment that gave us the Greatest Nation in human history?
Americans already know the answer. The question is why have we dismissed the obvious? Are we too preoccupied? Or is there something else we are overlooking?
Here is a hint: It starts with "Nuclear…"