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Cypherpunks by Julian Assange with Jacob Applebaum, Andy Muller-Maguhn, and Jeremie Zimmermann

Cypherpunks by Julian Assange with Jacob Applebaum, Andy Muller-Maguhn, and Jeremie Zimmermann Cypherpunks is a very interesting short book in the format of being a script of these four leaders in technology discussing the future of the internet. This discussion … Continue reading

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The Rise Of Superman by Steven Kotler

The Rise Of Superman by Steven Kotler The Rise Of Superman by Steven Kotler is a great exploration of “flow”, sometimes called “being in the zone”.  This state of consciousness in which we are in optimal performance and focus. The … Continue reading

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Mohammed’s Koran by Peter McLoughlin and Tommy Robinson

Mohammed’s Koran by Peter McLoughlin and Tommy Robinson Mohammed’s Koran by Peter McLoughlin and Tommy Robinson is a very important “must read” book for any and all people that want the truth. I’m very well read on the topic of … Continue reading

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How Dogs Love Us by Gregory Berns

How Dogs Love Us by Gregory Berns How Dogs Love Us by Gregory Berns is a wonderful book for all “dog people”.  All dog lovers will tell you how their dogs are part of the family and clearly smart loving … Continue reading

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DOCUMENTARY:  Heal (2017) by Kelly Noonan Gores and Adam Schomer

DOCUMENTARY:  Heal (2017) by Kelly Noonan Gores and Adam Schomer Heal is a great documentary with the latest thinking in holistic healing and health. Was good to catch up in the field of Psychoneuroimmunology which was my field of study … Continue reading

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Raven Rock by Garrett M. Graff

Raven Rock by Garrett M. Graff Raven Rock by Garrett M. Graff is a very detailed look at the U.S. Governments plans to survive a nuclear attack and how it has evolved over its life. The author, through thousands of … Continue reading

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4th Generation Warfare Handbook by William S. Lind & Lt. Col. Gregory A. Thiele USMC

4th Generation Warfare Handbook by William S. Lind & Lt. Col. Gregory A. Thiele USMC is a very concise look at how fighting in modern 4th Generation wars is very different than the previous generations of warfare. Modern 4th Generation … Continue reading

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The Law by Frederic Bastiat

The Law by Frederic Bastiat Frederic Bastiat was a French economist in the early 1800’s. His most famous book, The Law, is really a short 75 page pamphlet that was originally published in 1850. This short, easy to read pamphlet, … Continue reading

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DOCUMENTARY: The Creepy Line (2018) Directed by M.A. Taylor

DOCUMENTARY: The Creepy Line (2018) Directed by M.A. Taylor The Creepy Line is a fascinating new documentary. It addresses some real issues coming to the forefront about how Google and Facebook. Not only are their business models completely based on … Continue reading

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Above All Else by Dan Brodsky-Chenfeld

Above All Else by Dan Brodsky-Chenfeld In Above All Else Dan Brodsky-Chenfeld tells the story from his introduction to skydiving through his journey to becoming a World Champion 4-Way and 8-Way competitor. As a skydiver myself for 25 years I … Continue reading

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