Book Name: The Invisible Rainbow: A History of Electricity and Life
Author: Arthur Firstenberg
Publisher: Chelsea Green Publishing Company
File size: 3 MB
File format: EPUB, PDF
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The narrative of the innovation and application of power has frequently been told before, but not from an ecological perspective. The premise of security, and the certainty that power doesn’t have anything to do with lifestyle, are now so entrenched in the mind that new study, and testimony by people who are being hurt, aren’t sufficient to alter the path that society has put. Two progressively isolated worlds–who occupied by most, who adopt new electrical technologies without difficulty, and that occupied with an increasing minority, that are fighting for survival in a electrically polluted surroundings –no longer talk the exact same language. Back in The Invisible Rainbow, Arthur Firstenberg bridges the two worlds. In a narrative that’s rigorously scientific yet simple to see, he supplies a surprising reply to this query,”How can power be unexpectedly harmful now as it was secure for centuries”
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