Magus Vol. 1

      Jesse Freeman
Magus Vol. 1

Follow the amateurishly written tale chronicling the misadventures of a teenager. Read about Ronan as he's thrown into increasingly unlikely and improbable situations. Spend minutes wondering why no adults are watching these kids and keeping them safe. Contemplate whether you're really ready to invest yourself into a series written by a wannabe writer.Mutual global wellbeing clashes up against conservative international business-as-usual climate change policies. In a speculated near future, a consortium of High Impact Climate Change Countries opts to leverage geoengineering, the artificial cooling designed after natural volcanic eruptions, when negotiating climate change agreement with the rich countries of the OECD. As drones threaten anyone on the ground with Hellfire missiles, and as the political agenda heats up, the HICCC consortium selects Vince the story telling engineer and Tami the British Bangladeshi paleoclimatologist to inform Canada of their selection as a go between messenger.Explosive "science fiction" becoming reality within decades. Such is becoming increasingly likely, unless we come to our senses soon.Jim Hansen, author of Storms of My GrandchildrenNo one knows if or when these technologies will be used, but it’s fun though provoking so see Kuzyk working out scenarios in which solar geoengineering is driven by poor countries that will be most harmed by climate change.David Keith, Harvard Professor, author of A Case for Climate EngineeringWhat if Terrorism ‘was’ the only way? Kuzyk provides a fascinating and thoughtful insight into the hearts and minds of technology driven scientists and engineers swept up in a plot of Eco-Terrorism. The technology is here today. Is it simply a matter of time?Michael Gillett, President of IFWA, author of The Collection of Jacqueline Melrose

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