Death of All Life on Earth
How Human Zeal Against Climate Change Caused the Death of All Life
About the Book
This is the first of four books about how humans won the war on carbon, and accidentally caused the death of all things living. When Carbon Dioxide began to decrease in the atmosphere, first the trees and plants didn’t grow, then slowly died starting in high latitudes and working inexorably toward the equator. All of the wild and domestic animals were either killed for food or starved. In the course of a dozen years, billions of humans starved to death or were killed by “eaters.” This story is about a young woman on whom every horrible, heart rending tragedy was heaped and yet she somehow, almost singlehandedly gave mankind a tiny chance of survival. Hang on tight to this apocalyptic tale as it drags you through hope and heartbreak then tragedy and finally triumph.
About the Author
He was born and raised in a tiny prairie town, had a career as a scientist, traveled the world and developed a deep respect for American Heritage. His background helped him thoroughly research the science involved in climate change and recognize the "fragile and critical" part carbon dioxide plays for life on earth. He also recognizes the catastrophe involved with a decrease in this vital atmospheric gas and writes about it in this four-book series.