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ReCO2gnition is a fast paced sci-fi thriller that will have the reader pinned to their seat. Not only is the story entertaining, but it is also intellectually stimulating. The characters are fascinating and the narrative is colourful and detailed; Dowson uses words to paint pictures that are vivid and alive. Highest Recommendations!
Science fact and science fiction collide in this eco-thriller from Mark Dowson.
Wind turbines will mostly impact local people, Niehaus-Uebel said, and therefore, “it’s not up to politicians in other cities that don’t know the area to decide.” Decentralized power supply options are essential, she added, including small private wind turbines installed at home. Author’s comments:
But is small private wind turbines installed on every or nearly every home the best solution for wind farming with nature in mind?
Is decentralized power supply options the answer?
What if we were to uncover from lost artefacts still buried, that the people of Pompeii’s extraordinary ideas in civil engineering and their design philosophies at the time were so far advanced for their time.
We may even uncover some advanced civil engineering or military armoury designs that were planned for the future, by the artists and inventors of Pompeii who were housed in public buildings and breathtaking villas prior to Vesuvius’ erupting in AD 79.
Technology won’t save us from climate change.
When rethinking climate change, how will economies and societies determine where technologies will take us – and where we will take our technologies?
I also felt that due to the protagonist’s trauma he suffered frequent flashbacks similar to James Stewart in Vertigo, which has a big influence on the story, being similar with the story line where the main antagonist disguises her true identity and takes advantage of the protagonist’s trauma.
ReCO2gnition: Oxygen Debt Part 1 by Mark Dowson – The Key To The Future Lies In The Past!
Back in 2010, I approached Tony Clarke a Director for Northampton Football club at the time with my proposal for an innovative stadium roof mounted turbine array to be test piloted on the redevelopment of the newly planned NFC’s stadium roof.
To my surprise Tony’s response was positive, little did I know he had big green ambitions and would go on to have future work with the Green Party. I obviously had made a good impression with my proposed vision for his football club to adopt a greener strategy at the time. It also seems that we both inspired each other at the time, as I went on to include his real life character in my story.
Are we investing in the correct technologies right now, and are we prioritising this investment?
Should it be Disruptive Technologies such as AI robots, Nuclear Energy, Space Age, Advanced Rail Networks or Innovative Renewable Energy such as Hydropower and Urban Wind Energy?
What technology investment takes precedence, as the global atmosphere increases its Oxygen Debt?
Should we invest in HS2 or Community Hydropower?
The Design philosophy of Stadium Roof mounted turbines and its link to the story