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2084 The Secularist Revolution
How Technology Changed the World
Written by Stanley Yokell
2084 The Secularist Revolution How Technology Changed the World Written by Stanley Yokell

“I thought about whether such ease of communication would lead to questioning and an attempt to free the world’s people from the intertwined power of religious and political entities.”

2084 The Secularist Revolution: How Technology Changed the World is the product of Stanley Yokell’s sound understanding of religious and political entanglement—after a rigorous study of the history of religion and government from the earliest settlements.

The revolutionary change in the ability of people to communicate with one another electronically has intrigued the author. He speculates on the possibility of a device to translate any language into the reader or listener’s native tongue. Yokell explains, “I thought about whether such ease of communication would lead to questioning and an attempt to free the world’s people from the intertwined power of religious and political entities.”

With the help of LitFire Publishing, 2084 The Secularist Revolution had been introduced to an international audience during the Seoul International Book Fair in Seoul, South Korea, last June 15–19, 2016.
 
 
 

2084 The Secularist Revolution
How Technology Changed the World
Written by Stanley Yokell
Paperback | $16.95
Hardcover | $25.95
Book copies are available at www.syokell.com, www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, and other online retail stores.
 
 

About the Author
Stanley Yokell is a retired consulting engineer with active registration in Colorado. He has written many books, beginning with A Working Guide to Shell-and-Tube Heat Exchangers. His book Closed Feedwater Heaters for Power Generation: A Working Guide is coauthored by Mike Catapano and Eric Svensson. The Murder on the Mall is the second in a trilogy. The Foothill Mystery is the fourth of his of murder mysteries featuring Marie Quizno, the detective chief of the fictional town of Big Rock, Colorado. More of Yokell’s books are featured on his website at www.baddyflicks.com.


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 Stanley Yokell
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 Science Fiction Novel
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