IS HUMANITY’S PAST AND FUTURE DISCLOSED BY THE RED PLANET?
A new series is premiering tonight on National Geographic Channel: MARS. The TV mini-series is an attempt for the NatGeo Channel to become relevant — and watched. Brook Barnes shares this information from today’s New York Times (November 14, 2016):
The $20 million mini-series, produced by a team that includes the Oscar-winning duo Ron Howard and Brian Grazer, mixes scripted drama and documentary sequences in a story about efforts by humans to colonize the red planet. The fictionalized portion looks at a crewed mission to Mars in 2033. Interviews … Read More
Two years ago I wrote perhaps my bestselling book, LYING WONDERS OF THE RED PLANET. A lot of folks have read it. And a lot probably have it sitting on a table or in a book shelf left unread and undisturbed.
Why is that? Because Lying Wonders was (and still is) a promotional book for Prophecy in the News — a “giveaway” when they sold a yearly subscription to their magazine. Nevertheless, that doesn’t really speak to its value. In reality, the book is probably the most entertaining book I’ve written. It is a study in American culture (mostly), but … Read More
NASA made a little announcement a big deal yesterday, probably to stimulate interest in the exploration of a planet that holds lots of mysteries, but little real evidence that life exists. The water discovered there, which has been theorized for several decades, confirms what many have suggested earlier pictures showed: water, very salty water, exists on and near the planets surface. Such water has the capacity to support via simple microbes but not large organisms. Organic life has a difficult time catching hold with such conditions. Finding salt water in relatively low amounts is … Read More
My goal is to have all of my books electronically available. Just this weekend, working with my friend at BookMinistry, we placed LYING WONDERS OF THE RED PLANET: EXPOSING THE LIES OF ANICENT ALIENS, in the Kindle Store.
LYING WONDERS OF THE RED PLANET
I am very pleased. Sales of my books on Kindle are generally running 2 to 3 times higher than printed books. The price is nice: Amazon usually makes my books available for around $7.99. Their pricing varies however, based upon how they are selling. the rule seems to be, the … Read More
All eyes will be in the sky in the wee hours this Tuesday morning (the Blood Moon is scheduled to appear in the sky at about 3.07 a.m. ET on April 15, 2014, but will only last around 30 minutes)… that is 3 hours past midnight Monday night just to be clear. It will even be live streamed if its cloudy where you live (click here).