Storms of My Grandchildren

Storms of My Grandchildren – James Hansen

Hansen wrote this book because of his concerns about the future world his grandchildren would inhabit. He shares basic physics explanations, as well as his thoughts about possible future climate issues. After decades of studying the physics of our atmosphere and greenhouse gases, he is certain that we are facing radical environmental changes in the immediate future. He holds degrees in Mathematics, Astronomy, and Physics, and began his career analyzing the atmosphere of Venus for NASA. Following that work he shifted to studying the atmosphere of Earth and the greenhouse effect.

Not in Your Lifetime

Not in Your Lifetime – Anthony Summers

Summers’ career as a journalist began in the 1960s, working for BBC Television. He covered Vietnam, the Arab / Israeli conflict, and the JFK assassination. Throughout the long journey to discover the truth about JFK and Oswald, Summers has been the essential source. This book is the summation of over 50 years of his analysis. It is the best starting point for any study of the JFK murder, whether driven by casual interest or a desire to dig deep into the details.