War correspondent Michael Wolfson's passion to end crimes against humanity leads to a scientific revolution in lie detection technology that must survive attempted destruction by powerful secret, government, corporate and underworld organizations.
Human behavior based on verifiable truth sounds good, but not to the array of powerful and desperate adversaries any such lie detection science would facefor whom it would spell the end of secrecy, illicit power and influence, the fruits of corruption, violence, and crimes against humanity. Starting in Washington, DC.
The Nadjik Pheromone project is state-of-the-art spectrometry: the technology that sniffs the desert air for nerve agents, and blower towers at airports sniffing for the molecular residue of explosives. Most of the technology already existedneeding only an inspirational concept contributed by an international war correspondent striving for the end of genocide and war crimes. END OF LIES, The Nadjik Pheromone starts in Bosnia, travels through New York to Carmel and Palo Alto in California, to Hawaii, Pakistan and the FATA tribal areas. It ends in a Special Joint Session of Congress in Washington, D.C.
This book has no Superman, no MacGyver. Or a Jason Bourne. It is a view of human courage and heroism on a realistic scale in the pursuit of what may be the biggest idea of all time: an end to the power of the lie; an end to corruption at all levels in the human experience; an end to torture and crimes against humanity; progress toward global human conduct based on scientifically verifiable truth. The question is, of course, "Is the world really ready for it?"
TIMELY, CRUCIAL, AND INCISIVE.