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Author Phil Wallace Payne takes readers on a mission to convert ocean energy into the next great fuel for mankind.
LOMPOC, Calif. (PRWEB) February 23, 2013
Civilization is struggling with obvious energy crisis due to reckless depletion of natural resources—the same quandary that poses an imminent threat to the world. Who can save the world from dying? Author Phil Wallace Payne introduces readers to The Strivers, a technical team of geniuses funded by aged, altruistic billionaires, that clandestinely develop a way to harvest enormous, clean, and daily renewing energy from polar seas while avoiding bureaucracy and international scrutiny, to produce a general benefit for all human futures. In concept, their mission is simple; in delivery, it proves to be difficult and possibly tragic.
The Strivers tells a tense story of life, love and labors undertaken by a brave few who understand energy of the oceans. From diverse backgrounds, talents are brought together by a shared mission; they ‘morph’ into a team, and relationships evolve that never would have flourished without the world’s energy crisis. They are inventors, but they are also human beings, looking for connection in an inhospitable place. With luck, the team will find a way to convert ocean energy into the next great fuel for mankind. If they fail, it will be a tragedy for humanity. Human life is in the hands of the strivers, who must harness the fury of the sea to save humanity. Will they succeed, or will the weakness of humanity make them fail?
Presenting an innovative approach to stir readers’ awareness to the current issues relating to environment and natural resources, The Strivers is an absolute scientific adventure that provides inspiration and hope to save humanity for centuries ahead.
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About the Author
As a rocket scientist, Phil Wallace Payne directed 105 space launches, where he gleaned an extensive knowledge of powerful, clean-burning fuels. He has been a trans-oceanic navigator, sailor, and sea diver for many years. He currently lives on the coast of California.
The Strivers * by Phil Wallace Payne
Adventure in Science, and Significance Forging a Fueled Future for Mankind
Publication Date: September 28, 2012
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