Ermanno Libenzi Ç 1 SUMMARY
Razy side of humans to those who instead of loving and respecting their wonderful blue planet do everything possible day after day to transform it into an inhabitable place But seriously speaking the aim of this book is to remind everyone nuts and sane people alike of one certainty in the universe there are or less seven hundred uintillions of planets an inconceivable number but only one Earth So don't forget it; Earth is our one and only planet and if we destroy or plunder it we'll end up homeless Though written many years ago the Planet of Nuts is surprisingly very relevant to our lives today Actually it is pertinent than ever because the nuts who plunder the Earth are still numerous and powerful and refuse to understand that enough is enough This book has received awards from Futuribles International and Fondation Claude Nicolas Ledoux centers of future studies based in Paris.
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The Planet of Nuts is an ecological science fiction book for young readers written in 1969 and published in Italy France and Japan It has now been published in 2017 for the first time in the English language At the end of the Sixties computers called electronic brains were cumbersome devices as large as side by side refrigerators At the time in fact we were at the dawn of the Computer Age The author of this book basing himself on the scientific data of the time but using above all his own imagination envisions what life on Earth will be like in the not so distant future Our ill fated planet by then will have been plundered of its natural resources by its own inhabitants will have been polluted turned into desert smoked overheated plasticized nuclearized drilled and deforested in an irrepressible race towards self destruction All the classic ingredients of science fiction can be.
CHARACTERS The Planet of Nuts
Found in this book spaceships futuristic cities artificial farms robots mutants and aliens With a small difference This time the aliens are not inhabitants of a faraway planet that have landed here in order to invade us In this story we are the aliens and the planet that we want to conuer is theirs The book does not in any case relate these events with apocalyptic language On the contrary its narrative style is completely different light Ironic often satiric and biting at times Its approach is humorous and understated the story told with placidity as though the insane exploits of a people the Earthlings were paradoxically normal Man is in fact a living paradox He is an angel and at the same time a devil a genius and a fool creator and destroyer He is the most intelligent being on Earth and nevertheless a nutcase To tell the truth this book is dedicated but only jokingly to the c.