Veteran Proposes Solutions to Overcoming Worldly Threats

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Ned Conger discusses global warming and other issues in new book

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Global warming, national security, economics, and public infrastructure have been hosts to a variety of problems in recent times. In the book “Thinking Outside the Oven,” author Ned Conger presents solutions to such challenges and how they can be applied around the world.

Conger served in the U.S. Navy, which included supporting the Navy’s F/A-18 Strike Fighter Program. As a man with a knack for problem solving, Conger’s solutions have been implemented by the U.S. Navy. His experiences have allowed him to think critically and propose his ideas to leaders and other people of influence.

“The book provides possible solutions to 58 problems and situations, most of them applicable to every nation worldwide,” said Conger. “The most important of these is a solution to the problem of global warming.”

Additional proposals in the book relate to flood control, water quality, renewable energy, terrorism, transportation and infrastructure, and healthcare.

“Thinking Outside the Oven” serves as a text to enable and encourage government officials to solve their problems by implementing the ideas present in the book.

“Thinking Outside the Oven”
By Ned Conger
ISBN: 978-1-53200-123-9 (softcover); 978-1-53200-011-9 (eBook)
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and iUniverse

About the author
Ned Conger has provided ideas for naval strategy, combat aircraft development, and a multitude of other areas during careers as a naval intelligence officer and as a program analyst assistant to the Navy's F/A-18 Strike Fighter Program.


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