List of Books by Howard Bloom

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1995 – Author Howard Bloom examines humankind to reveal the motivations of individuals and groups and the forces that drive history. He draws on current research in such fields as genetics, molecular biology, communications theory, and political science to develop the theory he calls The Lucifer Principle.

2000 – In this extraordinary follow-up to the critically acclaimed The Lucifer Principle, Howard Bloom-one of today’s preeminent thinkers-offers us a bold rewrite of the evolutionary saga. He shows how plants and animals (including humans) have evolved together as components of a worldwide learning machine. He describes the network of life on Earth as one that is, in fact, a “complex adaptive system,” a Global Brain in which each of us plays a sometimes conscious, sometimes unknowing role.

2000 – In this extraordinary follow-up to the critically acclaimed The Lucifer Principle, Howard Bloom-one of today’s preeminent thinkers-offers us a bold rewrite of the evolutionary saga. He shows how plants and animals (including humans) have evolved together as components of a worldwide learning machine. He describes the network of life on Earth as one that is, in fact, a “complex adaptive system,” a Global Brain in which each of us plays a sometimes conscious, sometimes unknowing role.

2010 – Howard Bloom marvels at how humans have turned toxic waste into food and fuel, trash into treasure, and garbage into gold. He shows how we’ve produced material miracles based on immaterial things-passion, persistence, and fantasy. He shows that what many regard as the end is just the beginning. The beginning of something you’ve never before imagined.

2012There’s a secret hidden in a mathematical nugget called Peano’s Axioms. Is Peano ‘s mystery the key to the cosmos? The clues lie in five scientific heresies. The five heresies of The God Problem. A work of genius. In one book, more history, science, and philosophy than you can encountered in a lifetime of learning.

2012There’s a secret hidden in a mathematical nugget called Peano’s Axioms. Is Peano ‘s mystery the key to the cosmos? The clues lie in five scientific heresies. The five heresies of The God Problem. A work of genius. In one book, more history, science, and philosophy than you can encountered in a lifetime of learning.

2016 – How will that “terror, massacre, and humiliation” against you be achieved? How does the life of Muhammad determine the answer? The Muhammad Code is the story of how a desert prophet set us up for the “death cults” of ISIS, al Qaeda, and Boko Haram. It’s the story of the only founder of a major religion ever to command 65 military campaigns and personally lead 27 of them. And the first to conquer 317 square miles of territory a day.

2017 – Before Timothy Leary, before free love, before the word hippie became a part of the preferred nomenclature, Howard Bloom and his band of explorers were pushing boundaries and minds. Embarking on a great journey that took him from his home in Buffalo, NY, to Washington, to California, to Israel, to New York City, along the way learning much and gaining in experience—some of that experience crushing the morals and mores of the previous generation—and most importantly, he gained insight. Bloom horrified his parents, shocked his teachers, seeking the form of spiritual enlightenment called satori, and finding sex instead. How I Accidentally Started the Sixties is the untold story of the birth of a decade.

2017 – Before Timothy Leary, before free love, before the word hippie became a part of the preferred nomenclature, Howard Bloom and his band of explorers were pushing boundaries and minds. Embarking on a great journey that took him from his home in Buffalo, NY, to Washington, to California, to Israel, to New York City, along the way learning much and gaining in experience—some of that experience crushing the morals and mores of the previous generation—and most importantly, he gained insight. Bloom horrified his parents, shocked his teachers, seeking the form of spiritual enlightenment called satori, and finding sex instead. How I Accidentally Started the Sixties is the untold story of the birth of a decade.

2020 – Howard Bloom—called “the greatest press agent that rock and roll has ever known” by Derek Sutton, the former manager of Styx, Ten Years After, and Jethro Tull—is a science nerd who knew nothing about popular music. But he founded the biggest PR firm in the music industry and helped build or sustain the careers of our biggest rock-and-roll legends. What was he after? He was on a hunt for the gods inside of you and me. Einstein, Michael Jackson & Me is Bloom’s story—the strange tale of a scientific expedition into the dark underbelly of science and fame where new myths and movements are made.