The Junior Philosophical Society

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Clever kids discuss Life, the Universe and just about everything ... including Human Behaviour, Faith, Creation, The Future, Robots & Computers, Aliens, Politics, Education etc. etc. Their conclusions range from hilarious to serious ... and often controversial. So what do you really believe in nowadays?

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About Tony Thorne MBE

I am an Englishman, born and technically educated in London, England, and now living in Austria; but in the winter, in the warmer Canary Island of Tenerife. I originally qualified as a Chartered Design Engineer and subsequently created a well-known British company (now American owned) specialising in Applied Physics products.

For developments in the field of low temperature (cryo)surgery instruments, and very high temperature (carbon fibre) processing furnaces, the Queen awarded me an MBE.
Earlier in life I also wrote and sold science-fiction and humorous stories, was an active SF Fan, and a spare time lecturer for the British Interplanetary Society.

After many interesting occupational adventures, including the development of AI computer software for business applications, and animated computer graphics set to music, I am now a writer of quirky speculative fiction; mostly tall Science Fiction and Macabre tales, with over 100 short stories published in various collections. My first novel,Points of View, was published in 2012 by Eternal Press, Santa Rosa, CA, and I have just completed my second SF novel, "POINTS OF VIEW - The Weapons" ... The trilogy is for general readers, but especially young adults ..!

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Review by: Angie Wilson on Oct. 02, 2014 :
This was a very uplifting and intriguing book about the intellectual curiosity of kids and a wide variety of philosophical and scientific issues and problems they discussed. Definitely a joy to read and it offers and important insight into how the young minds perceive various issues and how much they interest them. Definitely something I haven’t seen before. Well worth the read.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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