Solar Cataclysm by Lawrence E. Joseph
How the Sun Shaped the Past and What We Can Do to Save Our Future

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Science journalist and futurist Lawrence Joseph has studied the unprecedented solar storms since the last ice age and in Solar Cataclysm he reveals the monumental ecological, biological, emotional, political, financial, and cultural effects they have had in the past, and will ultimately have on humanity’s future. This timely, fascinating, and relevant book from the bestselling author of Apocalypse 2012 sounds an intelligent and urgent warning about the possible catastrophic consequences we will face in the coming years if we don’t listen to what the sun is trying to tell us. Popular science fans who made The World Without Us a runaway bestseller, readers open to new angles on history like those presented in Guns, Germs, and Steel, and anyone who is concerned about tomorrow and what we can do to ensure humankind’s survival must read Solar Cataclysm.
 

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Lawrence E. Joseph has authored a number of bestselling books, on a wide variety of topics including most recently, Apocalypse 2012: An Investigation into Civilization's End. Joseph has written on international science, nature, politics and business for publications including The New York Times, Discover, and Salon.com. Currently he blogs for the Huffington Post. He has given more than 500 film, television, radio and print interviews on the subject of solar EMP and other Sun-Earth phenomena. His websites, www.apocalypse2012.com and www.lawrenceejoseph.com, have recorded more than one million unique visitors and 25 million hits. His viral videos have amassed more than 4 million plays on YouTube, Myspace, and AOL Video.
 
Published September 25, 2012 by HarperOne. 288 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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Futurist and science writer Joseph (Apocalypse 2012) describes the fascinating and subtle science underlying his “Moody Sun Hypothesis,” asserting that variations in the Sun’s radiation output have influenced history, climate, birthrates, migration trends, even the stock market (sunspot and...

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