Science Fiction Novels About Oil Gas Energy

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Science Fiction Novels About Oil Gas Energy: Petroleum, Caffeine or Spice from Dune

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Frank Herbert’s novel touches on addictions to oil. Chase Leo enters bookstores in Ankara, Paris, Istanbul and New York City, only to find that Herbert’s readers discuss the petroleum industry with Dune’s interplanetary games in much the same way. Chase Leo traveled north of San Francisco to Santa Rosa, California, where Frank Herbert was an editor for the local newspaper The Press Democrat. The books bring people together. Readers for the Dune series express the same joy, thirst for education, driven by the knowledge, Frank Herbert’s readers become excited in cities around the globe. Each book has been translated into multiple languages. The pages are filled with magic inspiration, especially when the fiction is translated into the facts that surround us in today’s news coverage. Fuel, transportation, EU meetings, UN coverage, conferences, nuclear talks and more so, the planet’s addiction to petroleum oil, gas, shale, oil sands and smuggling with pirates, rebels and the overthrow of international leaders. Chase Leo hunts these facts down as Leo travels to ask the question, “What inspired Herbert to write this series named Dune?”

Frank Herbert’s novel touches on addictions to oil. Chase Leo enters bookstores in Ankara, Paris, Istanbul and New York City, only to find that Herbert’s readers discuss the petroleum industry with Dune’s interplanetary games in much the same way. Chase Leo traveled north of San Francisco to Santa Rosa, California, where Frank Herbert was an editor for the local newspaper The Press Democrat.

Science Fiction Novels About Oil Gas Energy

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