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Aspirin for the Earth by Willis Shem

Aspirin for the Earth

by Willis Shem

108 pages
The earth has developed a fever that is growing worse with time. Several attempts to cure this fever have often led to worse side effects than originally contemplated. Is there aspirin for the earth? Is there a silver bullet that can fix the situation? This book points to the solution.

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About the Book
Diverse people, groups, communities, organizations etc., have always attempted to fix the problems bedeviling the earth. A broad spectrum of professionals and experts have deployed interdisciplinary approaches to bring order into a chaos-prone earth. From global climate change impacts, earthquakes, tsunamis and other extreme events to epidemic diseases, terrorism, civil unrest, racial conflicts, economic melt downs etc., the earth is reeling from the severity of these blows. The whole creation is groaning.

Lately the earth systems approach has been developed in various fields with the idea of comprehensively addressing the various facets of the earth’s maladies. While there have been short spans of apparent success often resulting from quantum leaps in innovation, the earth has continued in its downward spiral towards hopelessness and despair. The call for a united front akin to a one-world government and a systemic approach to the solution of global issues often looks promising. However, the devil is in the details. The ensuing global desperation is creating a desire for a mister fix it. Is there hope and a solution to the earth’s problems? The answer, my friend, is found in the book!



About the Author
Willis Shem was born and raised in the Kano plains of Western Kenya. He obtained his Bsc. degree (meteorology major) from the University of Nairobi in 1983 and an M.Eng. degree in Water Resources Technology from Vrije Universiteit Brussel in 1993. He received his Ms (2003) and PhD (2006) degrees in Earth and Atmospheric Sciences from the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia. His illustrious career includes working as a senior hydrologist in the Kenyan civil service in the 80’s and 90’s, postdoctoral research associate in the Geography department at the University of Georgia in Athens (UGA), postdoctoral research scientist at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Oak Ridge Tennessee under the Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU) program and as a research scientist at the International Information Associates in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Shem asserts that his academic and professional life has only added flavor to his faith in the almighty God, creator of heaven and earth. He is married to beautiful and lovely Pamela. He is a father of two and a step-father to four children



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