Part autobiography, and part science fiction. Almost 20 years after my father died, I found out he had lied to the whole family about where he worked while we were being raised. Suspecting him of being a serial killer led me to discover that he actually worked at Area-51 from 1968 to 1988. This information spurred me to have some further insights into what might actually be our destiny as a race. This in turn led me to realize first contact
This book takes a simple look at what it means to live in a desert. It examines basic geographical features, why people choose to live there, and dangers people might have because of living in a desert, such as extreme weather conditions. The book also looks at how people adapt to living in deserts and the different things both adults and children do in their daily lives, from desert-specific jobs to home schooling, respectively.
In December 1998 a coalition consisting of the United States, the United Kingdom and (to its surprise) Kuwait launched a war against Iraq. Officially it was to set back Saddam's WMD programs and to get weapons inspectors back in the country but by coincidence it was also when President Clinton was about to be impeached for his efforts to obstruct justice. Capt. James "Doc" Crabtree was there with his pen and ink to record the absurdity of this 70-hour war.
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