Positive Living Vibrations with Sara Troy and her guest Bohdan.W. Wojciechowski airing from May 26th on.
I wanted to tell you about a new book by The author B.W. Wojciechowski, as he cares very much about the environment and how we can do our part to fix the world for future generations.He is a professor, engineer, scientist, and author and has travelled over 40 countries and lectures on humanity, technology and our history.
His book Zamora Texts: The Year 9000 is a fascinating and thought-provoking compilation of essays that offers an eye-opening prediction on what the world might look like from the perspective from a professor in the year 9000.
In this world, science will make possible near-luminal space travel and, among others things, climate control and clean free limitless energy. How can we get there? Zamora Texts: The Year 9000 has some ideas!
The Author: Bohdan W. Wojciechowski was born in Wilno Poland (now Vilnius Lithuania) in 1935. In 1941 he, together with some of his family, was deported to Kazakhstan, along with hundreds of thousands of other Poles. His family was among the fortunate ten percent or so who returned from this exile, escaping via the Middle East and eventually reaching Scotland where he and his mother were reunited with his father.
After spending several years working in the petroleum industry in the United States, he returned to Canada where he taught chemical engineering at Queen’s University in Kingston Ontario until 1997, specialising in kinetics and catalysis related to hydrocarbon processing. His travels, lecturing and consulting work with industry, universities, national, and international organisations resulted in visits to more than 40 countries including Brazil, Russia, India, China, Nigeria, South Africa, much of Canada and the USA, and most countries in Europe.
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When he retired, his thoughts turned away from technical matters to trying to organise what he had learned about social issues during his travels into an understandable whole. He observed that our leaders spend their time debating and trying to solve problems by treating each problem in isolation from other pertinent issues, without taking due notice of objectivity, past experiences, or of the interdependencies and realities which make a perfect solution impossible in any one case. All we can hope for are optimal solutions coordinated within the total social fabric, and at this time we lack adequate tools to establish where the optimum may lie. Instead, we follow ideological theses.
His current “Zamora Texts” books present his thoughts in “fictional/ historical,” form, as lectures looking back from the year 9000 CE over 14,000 years of documented human progress.
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