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9 Tomatoes a Day: Stone Richards Trilogy

Charles S. Darwin III

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ISBN 10: 0615586600 / ISBN 13: 9780615586601
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214 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.5in.This magnificent story opens with a compelling discussion on the origins of poverty, and how over half of the Earths population lives in squalor. It is proposed that the solution to this senseless blight on humanity can also become the key to a global economic recovery. A retired intelligence officer, Stone Richards, who is tormented by vial government secrets he uncovered during his military service, introduces a focused plan that can solve multiple problems and eventually bring the economy back from the brink of collapse. A biblical thesis that proclaims two or more people working towards a common goal can move mountains becomes the storys central plot as Hollywoods best know actors adopt the plan and create a reality show which results in the building of a model farm cooperative in Haiti. The farm houses 10, 000 families who live in and own the farm for a cost of harvesting just 9 Tomatoes a Day. The elite Haitian families and international corporations, however, want to keep the majority of the Haitian people illiterate and in poverty. They try to stop the farm from being built, so they can continue to control the government and the countries natural resources. Stone calls upon his military training and the darker side of his nature to sequester the detractors which ultimately insures the farms success, and demonstrates to the world that greatness results when everyone cooperates. The story proposes a practical path for economic and environmental recovery, suggesting fiction can become reality if humanities greatest potential is called upon. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9780615586601

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Title: 9 Tomatoes a Day: Stone Richards Trilogy

Publisher: Anderson, Berkly and Stone Publishers

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:New

Book Type: Paperback

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This magnificent story opens with a compelling discussion on the origins of poverty, and how over half of the Earth's population lives in squalor. It is proposed that the solution to this senseless blight on humanity can also become the key to a global economic recovery. A retired intelligence officer, Stone Richards, who is tormented by vial government secrets he uncovered during his military service, introduces a focused plan that can solve multiple problems and eventually bring the economy back from the brink of collapse. A biblical thesis that proclaims two or more people working towards a common goal can move mountains becomes the story's central plot as Hollywood's best know actors adopt the plan and create a reality show which results in the building of a model farm cooperative in Haiti. The farm houses 10,000 families who live in and own the farm for a cost of harvesting just 9 Tomatoes a Day. The elite Haitian families and international corporations, however, want to keep the majority of the Haitian people illiterate and in poverty. They try to stop the farm from being built, so they can continue to control the government and the countries natural resources. Stone calls upon his military training and the darker side of his nature to sequester the detractors which ultimately insures the farm's success, and demonstrates to the world that greatness results when everyone cooperates. The story proposes a practical path for economic and environmental recovery, suggesting fiction can become reality if humanities greatest potential is called upon.

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Charles S. Darwin III asks perplexing questions, like how does complexity build in the universe? That is, from where does a quark originate and how does it eventually build into the molecules that create the genes which yields the life we currently enjoy? He sees mesmerizing patterns that demonstrate how complexity grows and results from the blending of memory, language, adaptation, goals, and most important COOPERATION between all things whatsoever. Darwin is a naturalist with an in-depth knowledge of business and manufacturing. His purpose for writing is to show others the relationships between how the universe has grown, to what it will take for humanity to survive and reach its greatest potential. For Darwin, everything is connected and it takes cooperation between all things organic and inorganic to ensure the survival of the simplest speck of dust.

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