Bloomington, IN (PRWEB) May 07, 2012
Dan (Dana) Arthur’s “Yahshua was a Space Man: A Conversation” (published by AuthorHouse) is a satirical coffee table book comprised of a series of poems and short stories, as well as illustrations, combined together to interest the reader and broaden their views on an array of subjects.
An excerpt from the chapter on Nikola Tesla:
“At the turn of the twentieth century this man was the most important person in the world. Look around you, all those toys and gadgets and the electricity used to power them are here today because of this man. His ultimate goal was to give power to the world free, yes free. But the capitalist of his era would have nothing to do with such a bizarre idea. Give something to the world free. But he looked at all his inventions the same way. His genius was a gift, so why not the fruits of his labors and he invented a lot. He could and should have been the riches man of his time, but he died dissolute, alone and forgotten. It would be on the scale of Bill Gates giving his windows format to us all free and us not thanking him or remembering his contribution. Such is the power of money and the control it has on mankind. Intentional or not, through so many turn of events, it has happened. To say that we will get this disparity under control is laughable. But don’t you wish there were more Nikola Tesla’s in the world today. That greed wasn’t such a strong emotion.”
“Yahshua was a Space Man” is a unique book, Arthur says, because “… it challenges your intellect but asks you not to take yourself too seriously.” He hopes that reading about his own observations will help readers to make their own. “We must question everything we have been taught.”
About the Author
Dan (Dana) Arthur spent 25 years traveling the country teaching applied physics. He is an expert on industrial electronics, electricity and the software that runs in factories. He has also taught the physical sciences.
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