Las Vegas and Dune by Frank Herbert by Thomas Chi

Las Vegas and Dune by Frank Herbert

byThomas Chi

Kobo ebook | October 11, 2013

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Nevada used to have a lot of petroleum as well as gold and silver. The obsession to mine brought riches to Nevada. Now investors around the world are excited again. Oil in Nevada means that oil would be discovered in a state where corporations have tax incentives. There is no better state in nation to save taxes than Nevada. Oil companies are making plans with accountants. The desert is vast. Locals who have lived in Nevada their entire lives had no clue the oil companies came here. Not unlike Area 51, there are hidden secrets throughout the Nevada wasteland. Cities like Las Vegas hold deep secrets. There is a network of underground worlds. In the Dune novel, Frank Herbert writes, “Absolute power does not corrupt absolutely, absolute power attracts the corruptible.” This is not to say that oil industry leaders are corrupt, but with common sense we realize that open environments open the door to leaders that want to earn power at any cost. Psychologist like Freud saw the homicidal impulse that arrives to the mind with mania stirs the mind during bad economic times.

Title:Las Vegas and Dune by Frank HerbertFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:October 11, 2013Publisher:Thomas ChiLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:130116058X

ISBN - 13:9781301160587