New Indie Book Release:
Random Rationality - Fourat Janabi - nonfiction, philosophy, opinion, and scientific (July 31, 2012)
- A Rational Guide to an Irrational World -
About the Book
Some of the Topics:
- What is the Meaning of Life?
- A simple explanation of God
- The Boredom of Heaven
- Creation of the Universe
- Why we need space
- Exploring our fear of fission
- Free Will's Freedom
- Relevance of politics
- Fixing politics
- Inhumanity of the War on Drugs
- The Fantasy of Infinite Growth
- Debt crisis and crony capitalism, explained
- Europes' achilles heel
- Cars and planes
- The future of food, technology and work
The author tackles 4 questions/issues per chapter, and provides (in his opinion) the most rational, simple and correct answer, wrapping them all together in the conclusion to show that the world we live in today is a shadow of what it could be, and how we are at fault.
About the Author
Fourat Janabi's writing style is very blunt, and to the point. He's been told in the last company he worked for, that when he write emails, even though he was not using caps lock, that it seems that he screams through them. He tries to cram as much knowledge, into as small an email/blog post/book as possible for efficiency. We are all exceedingly busy these days. He could write six paragraphs being nice, or one paragraph being blunt. He prefers to write one paragraph. That's why his book, Random Rationality, is "only" 180 pages long despite talking about the meaning of life, God, the Drug War, Nothing, the relevance of politics and how to fix it, Economics, Science, technology, and various other subjects.
The culmination of all this randomness, is Random Rationality: A Rational Guide to an Irrational World.
Connect with Fourat Janabi on Twitter: @fouratj