Geobop’s first two books (State Symbols and Conspiracy Science 101) are as different as night and day…or are they?
In fact, there’s a surprising amount of conspiracy in Geobop’s State Symbols. After all, symbols have long been used as propaganda tools. And if you’re looking for more hard core conspiracy, you’ll want to read about the Wright Brothers conspiracy, which has ignited a feud between Connecticut, North Carolina and Ohio. (Which state was really first in flight?)
And what are we to make of the endless controversy raging around Confederate symbols when Washington State’s flag depicts a slave owner? What can we say about a state (Tennessee) that designates a sniper rifle able to down commercial airliners its official rifle? What about the nationwide drive to designate English the official language?
As both a reference and a provocateur, Geobop’s State Symbols blows away the competition.
Conspiracy Science 101 may be the first book to tackle the title topic.
Most books about conspiracy offer sensationalistic accounts of sensational conspiracies, like the JFK assassination and 9/11. Others, written by propagandists, are little more than slick attempts to deride conspiracy theory and anyone who dares to ask too many questions. The scumbag authors like to label some of the most intelligent, caring people in our midst stupid or kooky.
Conspiracy Science 101 starts out with a rational yet fascinating explanation of conspiracy. If you aren’t a political expert, don’t despair; it’s amazingly easy to understand.
But can a book by an author who doesn’t believe in Sasquatch (aka Bigfoot) and who doesn’t believe space aliens have ever visited Earth be any fun?
In fact, there are far more conspiracies swirling around us than most people realize, and some of them may make you wish for space aliens. Yes, you’ll find plenty of sensational stories in this book, including many conspiracy theories you’ve never heard of.
Learn more about these two ground-breaking books.
Geobop’s State Symbols
(tentatively available in June 2018 for $75, followed by a similar book for younger readers @ $25)
Geobop’s Conspiracy Science 101
(tentatively available in September 2018 for $25)