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39 Blows on A gone Trumpet: Book one of trilogy which takes place around the planet in the Sixties

By John Allen

$5.95

Publication Date: March 18, 2012 ISBN: 978-090779107-2 Categories: , Tags: , ,

John Allen

John ‘Dolphin’ Allen, is author, poet, playwright who invented, conceived and co-founded the Biosphere 2 project – the world’s largest laboratory for global ecology. Biosphere 2 set a number of world records in closed life system work including, among others, degree of sealing tightness, 100% waste recycle and water recycle, and duration of human residence within a closed system (eight people for two years). Allen has also conceived and co-founded nine other projects around the world, pioneering in sustainable co-evolutionary development.

He is currently the Chairman of Global Ecotechnics Corporation. This is an international project development and management company with a Biospheric Design Division engaged in designing and preparing to build the second generation of advanced materially closed biospheric systems and ecologically enriched biomic systems (www.biospheres.com); and an EcoFrontiers Division which owns and operates innovative sustainable ecological projects of which he was the co-founder and chief designer in France, Australia (5000 acre savannah regeneration project), Puerto Rico (1000 acre sustainable rainforest project) and England (www.ecotechnics.edu).

Allen began the first manned Biosphere Test Module experiment in September 1988, residing in the almost fully recyclable closed ecological system environment for three days and setting a world record at that time, proving that closed ecological systems would work with humans inside. As the vice-president of Biospheric Development for the project, as well as Executive Chairman, Allen was responsible for the science and engineering that created the materially closed life system, as well as the development of spin-off technologies.

Description

The first novel of the Trilogy, one of passion, youth and energy exploring the power of the world, what it means to act and influence the course of history, to be where change is created and to endlessly explore the intricacies of being human – lover, thinker, poet. 39 Blows swings with its own rhythm, its prose near to poetry and music, 39 riffs sounding the unique historical beats of Manhattan, Iran and Morocco as they were in the early ’60s. Cover Illustration by Gerald Wilde.

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Weight .5 lbs
Dimensions 8 × 5 × 0.5 in
Pages 0

1 review for 39 Blows on A gone Trumpet: Book one of trilogy which takes place around the planet in the Sixties

  1. greggw

    Appealing.. witty/tough nice/neat…
    —City Limits

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