Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Open Mic Wednesday - An adult bookwrap today




Amazing technology, amazing missions, amazing treasures hidden deep under the Arctic Ocean.  May the unveiling and distribution of this underwater wealth be divided equally and fairly among the vying countries involved so the whole world will benefit from its  rich abundance.  May Cold War 111 never become a reality.


















Unwrapping...







“W. Craig Reed’s explosive book COLD WAR III is, in a word, chilling. Reed’s insights on the coming global conflict over Arctic resources is as timely as it is important. Everyone in Washington, D.C. and the Pentagon needs to read this book. And you should, too—before it’s too late.”
—James Rollins, New York Times bestselling author of The Sixth Extinction




About the book...


This book is a real eye-opener and a must read.  As we go about our every day lives there is a massive undertaking to conquer the last frontier of our earth...the great Arctic.  With it's rich deposits of oil, gas and other minerals it is a gem ready for the taking.  

"The difficulty arises because there is a large handful of nations that have legitimate claims to parts of the area.  Their claims sometime conflict.  Canada and Denmark - neither a notedly aggressive country--are becoming quite adamant about protecting their economic rights.  None of these countries is willing to sleep while another country grabs all the potential profits."  
                                        -quora .com

The Arctic nations are readying with their military strength to defend their claims of the territory and the resources if the situation demands so.  Hence the Arctic nations are building the military infrastructures like ships, ship breakers, airports, and submarines. They also have increased the combat readiness of the troops by having frequent military exercises in the high North.  

Another factor that has accelerated the militarization of the Arctic is the opening of the shipping lanes in both sides of the Arctic, the North Sea Route in the Russian Arctic and the North West Passage in the Canadian Arctic.  With the climate change causing shrinking ice these shipping lanes become navigable during the summer months which may become major transport lanes in the future. Both Canada and Russia want to control these important sea lanes of commerce. 

Reed exposes Russian President Vladimir Putin's ultimate plan to dominate world resources and why the invasion of the Ukraine is only the beginning.  He also reveals details about another scientific breakthrough created by the U.S. Navy that could defeat Putin's plans and mitigate climate change.  The world leaders need to act now and take a stand so this great wealth can be shared equally for the good of all nations involved.  

"All this would lead to habitat loss and fragmentation from infrastructure and industrial development, pollution and toxins, over harvesting, and invasive species infestations for species like Polar bears, etc.  This would also indirectly affect the Traditional ways of life of arctic people."  
                                          -quora.com

This book is both riveting and spine-chilling.  I enjoyed it immensely and couldn't put it down. 




About the author...






William Craig Reed is the author of the New York Times bestselling non-fiction book Red November: Inside the Secret U.S. – Soviet Submarine War(HarperCollins, 2010) and The Eagle and the Snake: A SEAL Team Six Interactive Thriller. He is also the co-author of Tarzan, My Father with the late Johnny Weissmuller, Jr. Born in a naval hospital on the U.S. island of Guam, where his father won a middle-weight navy boxing championship, Reed is no stranger to the military. He served as a U.S. Navy diver, submarine weapons technician, and espionage photographer for special operations aboard nuclear fast-attack submarines. Reed earned commendations for completing secret missions during the Cold War, several in concert with Navy SEAL teams, and is the only author invited by the U.S. Navy to observe recent Ice Exercise submarine operations in the Arctic. Reed is an alumnus or member of numerous military, veteran, and technology associations, allowing him to reach an audience of millions.
BC, as he is known to friends, grew up in a tiny Turkish village where his family raised a baby bear named Scratchy – feeding him for the first time from an eye dropper and then milk bottles. He still has home movies of Scratchy following him and his sister down a playground slide. Scratchy became instrumental in triggering an epiphany for BC’s father, one that helped solve a top secret technical problem that empowered President Kennedy to trump Nikita Khrushchev during the Cuban Missile Crisis. BC revealed this and other shocking information in his critically acclaimed New York Times bestselling book, Red November.
When not writing, Reed is a partner in Aventi Group—a technology marketing consulting firm with clients that include Apple, Adobe, Cisco, HP, SAP, and Symantec. Reed holds an MBA in Marketing and was a former vice president and board director for the Silicon Valley American Marketing Association. He founded two software companies and developed an innovative mobile device app (called PIERapp™) that automatically customizes ebook content based on a reader’s personal preferences and selections. Reed met the love of his life, Sarah, (who is from England) at the San Diego airport while conducting research on his latest book, COLD WAR III. In his rare spare time, Reed likes to mountain bike, hike, golf, scuba dive, and smoke cigars. He is also a founder and Board Director for the Us4Warriors Veterans Support Foundation(www.us4warriors.org). Proceeds from the COLD WAR III book help support this foundation.



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