Cherry Hill, NJ, December 14, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- The new movie "The Day the Earth Stood Still" and the new book "Sustainable Development Possible with Creative System Engineering" have balls as their primary images of earth and life. After seeing the movie, the author stated "They took my ball concept I used for the front cover of my book. I guess it does not matter because after the audience sees the movie they should run out and buy my book. After they see the movie they will know why".
The book clearly makes the point that we need to start doing something about sustainable development and that our humanity and science are key to getting us on the right road. In the section on spiritual maturity the author attempts to end with a strong warning coupled with humor: "You should avoid these evils. Your acceptance of any of them can lead to a world where your children or their children will eat from the dirt and poop in the dirt. You get it."
About The Author:
Walt has held various government, defense, and commercial high technology positions in the past 30 years. He has published and presented at several technical conferences. Starting from New Jersey, going to California, then Florida, and returning back to New Jersey Walt has a very broad and deep understanding of the state of engineering and technology in the United States. He has taken this experience and digested it into his new book "Sustainable Development Possible with Creative System Engineering" in hopes of providing an effective road map for people engaged in building everything in the next 100 years.
Cassbeth is the publisher of "Sustainable Development Possible with Creative System Engineering". www.cassbeth.com/press
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