Ecocide: why radical interventions are needed now to stop climate apocalypse
Prof. Jerry Kroth reviews the depressing science current by the dawn of 2020. The litany of evidence is little short of apocalyptic. The chances the Earth will reach 1.5 degrees of warming by 2027 gives humanity only 7 years to restructure its entire fossil fuel infrastructure. Terrifying though it may be, a massive global effort to build up solar, wind, and other sustainable infrastructure is possible. Entertaining more extreme measures like occupying the Amazon Basin and the intentionally deforested palm oil provinces of Indonesia and Malaysia should be considered. Other extreme measure like global rationing are outlined as the kinds of remedies few have considered but are absolutely necessary and imperative because of the imminent climate emergency humanity faces.
The dramatic disclosure of over 50,000 JFK r JFK files in 2017-18 changes our understanding of virtually everything. Once we add these documents to what we learned from the CIA's own Howard Hunt, who made a deathbed confession in 2007, we find LBJ deeply implicated in the murder. The releases are absolutely revelatory
The Kennedy Assassination: what really happened:
Messages from the Gods: a scientific exposition on the extraterrestrial origin of crop circles
Prof. Jerry Kroth analyzes some of the most intricate, complex and impossible crop circles with the ever-present question, “Is it really possible these pictograms are extraterrestrial communications which we have been ignoring?”Decoding these circles suggests they are warning humankind about nuclear meltdowns, climate change, toxins we have barely heard of, as well as directing our attention to a deeper understanding of physics, materials science, and molecular biology. In consultation with scientists from Israel to Japan Dr. Kroth decoded 40 of the most mysterious crop circles which have ever appeared.. From magnetars, hypernovae, and colliding neutron stars, to he global decline male sperm counts, or the promises of graphene, this text takes you on an enormously exciting scientific journey.
Implosion: delusion, denial, and the prospect of collapse
Implosion is a penetrating look at contemporary collective delusions slithering across the American landscape largely a function of media propaganda. A delusion is a false idea about the world, a kind of intellectual “trance.” When an individual suffers one, the diagnosis of mental illness is not far behind. When a nation labors under them, we have a state of collective mental instability. This odyssey explores major gargantuan delusions infecting the American psyche: from understanding of our democratic political system, our perception of ourselves as an empire, global warming, the musical genre of hip-hop, and our extremely precarious financial condition. In the final chapter, “Slip-slidin to dystopia,” Dr. Kroth reviews seven major signs of societal collapse. These factors are combined to form “the American Dystopia Index.” When one looks at this metric, the transformation of the American dream to an American nightmare seems more than probable should we not awaken from our myriad trances in time.
Extraterrestrial contacts: the Roswell foil, UFOs, and how they alter our understanding of the modern world
This is the most comprehensive text in history documenting the hypothesis that extraterrestrials have interacted with humankind. From the Roswell incident to every major corroborated UFO encounter, Professor Jerry Kroth, author of 13 books, presents the most compelling UFO evidence. Only highly corroborated evidences passes Kroth's litmus tests. But the book does not end with the story of UFOs, as most UFO books do. If extraterrestrials made contact, how does that change our understanding of mythology, archeology and even biology. The implications are enormous. All of these issues each get a separate chapter. The text is encyclopedic but eminently readable. With 185 graphics and photos, and 900 footnotes, this is the most expansive and heavily documented treatment of this subject anywhere to date. It begins with Kroth’s personal encounter with the Roswell foil far back in 1965 when a student came up to him and said “My daddy said I should show you this.”