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1941 - 2010


Posted on May 15, 2014

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Note that the ordering system is down for the time being, but we expect to have things working again as soon as we sort out some administrative issues.

Your patience is appreciated.

Posted on January 20, 2010
The "ManyWorlds" page is finally up again for mail or electronic ordering of JPH titles direct from the site. To browse what's available, go to "Bookstore" from the menu bar at the side of the page, select "JPH Titles," and click on any edition showing a ManyWorlds link. Or go directly to the page by clicking here. Some interesting additions expected during the months ahead.

Posted on August 25, 2009
After some delay this year, caused mainly by my taking advantage of a comparatively dry summer to catch up on all the outside work that had backed up through the ghastly wet winter, The Migration is finally finished and scheduled by Baen Books as a hardback release for next May. A generation ship departs from a curiously pluralistic post-calamity world to found a new, idealistic culture elsewhere, and a former traveling illusionist becomes the key player in finding a lost robot that has discovered religion. Further information here, including background and sample excerpts.


The Migration -- After Earth's first attempt at a technological civilization was destroyed in a global conflict, the new culture that emerges sets out to build a new world elsewhere, where the influences of the old order cannot reach. But human nature has a way of asserting itself wherever humans exist

Moon Flower -- A peculiarity of quantum mechanics and strange alien botany give prospects for a better future on Earth.

The Two Worlds -- Single-volume reissue of the third and fouth novels in the Giants series.

Echoes of an Alien Sky -- Colonists from another world are already making homes on Earth, while scientists and archeologists reconstruct the story of the extinct race that once inhabited it

The Two Moons -- Single-volume reissue of the first two novels in the Giants series.

Catastrophes, Chaos & Convolutions -- Third collection of short fiction, nonfiction essays, biographical anecdotes, and other oddments.

Kicking The Sacred Cow -- A Collection of nonfiction essays questioning scientific issues that I believe have become dogmatized, where institutionalized science rejects or ignores evidence inconvenient to preconceptions and established theory.

Mission to Minerva -- Fifth book in the Giants series. Unraveling of the mysterious physics that governs transfer between the alternate realities of the Multiverse enables a mission to be sent back to the time of ancient Minerva in an attempt to alter its history.


Global Warming False Alarm -- By Ralph Alexander -- The Bad Science Behind the United Nations' Assertion that Man-made CO2 Causes Global Warming

The Real Global Warming Disaster -- By Christopher Booker -- Is the Obsession with "Climate Change" Turning Out to Be the Most Costly Scientific Blunder in History?

Heaven and Earth -- By Ian Plimer -- Global Warming, the Missing Science

Nuclear Energy in the 21st Century -- By Ian Hore-Lacy -- An authoritative primer on all aspects of nuclear energy and its role in the 21st century

A Case for Nuclear-Generated Electricity -- By Scott W. Heaberlin -- Why nuclear power is "Cool"

Power to Save the World -- By Gwyneth Cravens -- Reappraisal of nuclear energy by a former antinuclear activist

Terrestrial Energy -- By William Tucker -- How Nuclear Energy Will Lead the Green Revolution and End America's Energy Odyssey

The Body Electric -- By Robert O. Becker & Gary Selden -- Electromagnetism and the foundation of life


Updated on January 5, 2010

Article at Lew Rockwell Column on how the global warming "science" was cooked

New short-story collection.

Article at Lew Rockwell Column on nuclear energy as the only way to go

Unearthing the Hoover Dam

New novel scheduled for release by Baen Books.

"Murphy's War" short story, print edition released.

Mind Matters online edition.

Article at Lew Rockwell Column on Global Warming and its benefits.

The Genesis Machine, Spanish edition.

Article at Lew Rockwell Column on electricity in space

Inherit the Stars, Korean edition.

JPH Talks Online. Recent JPH talks available for download.

New short story to be included in a Baen anthology.

Moon Flower--Baen Books, April 2008

Japanese Editions--Anguished Dawn Tokyo Sogensha, August, 2007

Reissue of the third and fourth "Giants" novels by Baen.

New Japanese Editions scheduled for release.


Yes, We Have No Bahamas?    February 11, 2010
Rising Floods Of AGW Non-science
Vive La Difference!    February 5, 2010
When Intelligence Becomes Illegal
Ingenious Word Games    January 24, 2010
Assume Weird Going On
Danger--Reality Ahead    January 4, 2010
EPA's Evasive Action
End To The Global Warming Fraud?    November 29, 2009
It Should Be--But I Wouldn't Bet On It
Mad Goat Attack    November 12, 2009
One Of The Perils Of Life On The Farm
Global Warming's Agenda    October 20, 2009
No Finite Resources; Just Finite Thinking
High-Seas Piracy: Them And Us    October 12, 2009
The Usual Double Standard
Nuclear Nervousness    October 1, 2009
Nukes Are Friendlier And Don't Have To Be Big
Ireland's Lisbon Referendum    September 24, 2009
And Why I'll Be Voting NO Again


Issue 56 January 12, 2010 -- Bookstore, Bulletin Board, Heretics Catalog, New Projects

Issue 55 September 21, 2009 -- Nuclear energy article in Lew Rockwell Column

Issue 54 August 31, 2009 -- New Novel Completed, On The Road and in the Air, Unearthing the Hoover Dam

Issue 53 March 16, 2009 -- Web Site, Giants Series Movie?, Mind Matters, U.S. Convention Attendances, Current Novel, Bulletin Board, Heretics Books, Mad Goat Attack

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