Random Rationality: The eBook

A Rational Guide to an Irrational World

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Ever wanted to know everything? Well...Almost everything? Ok...How about a little about everything? Then this is the book for you. Covering God, Nuclear Power, the Relevance of Politics, the Debt Crisis, and the Future of Jobs, along with much much more.

Covering Philosophy, Science, Politics, Economics, and Technology in one compact (and heavily sourced) eBook.

Funny, blunt, and persuasive.

Get it now for $1.99

Available on Amazon as an eBook and in Paperback, and coming soon to iBooks, Nook Store, and other eBook stores thereafter.

Detailed Description

Random Rationality covers 5 disciplines, with 4 sub-chapters, each one devoted to a specific topic or question within that discipline. At its most basic level, the book tries to conveniently, rationally, and simply explain each topic and subsequently instigate deeper questions and thoughts, hopefully providing a simple blueprint of the world to counter all the noise emanating from each and every direction in this information age.

A Rational Guide to an Irrational World



The Meaning of Life

The Simplest Explanation of God

Wouldn't Heaven Be Boring?



The How of it All
Why We Need Space
An Atomic Dream
Is Free Will Free?


Are We Responsible?
Why is Politics' Still Relevant?
How to Fix Politics
The Drug War is Inhumane


The Fantasy of Infinite Growth
Debt Crisis 101
Crony Capitalism
Europe's Achilles Heel


Jobs of the Future
The Automobile and Plane
The Future of Food
Technological Goodness


I am Fourat Janabi

I am a writer, a co-founder, an entrepreneur, a photographer, an explorer, and an idiot. Because of these qualities, I like to think I'm important. I've worked in Baghdad while a war was raging, in Bahrain while riots were ensuing, and in Saudi Arabia where women don't exist. I lived in Italy where a simple task takes days, and in Australia, where men wearing pink shirts is the new norm.

While exploring twenty-five countries on five continents, speaking bad Italian, horrible Spanish, and decent Arabic, I've befriended Americans, Arabs, Australians, Brazilians, Chileans, Italians, and New Zealanders, all while faithfully remaining the odd one out.

Through four years of craziness, staring death in the face on four occasions, meeting hundreds of beautiful people, and exploring a myriad of new cultures, I now feel arrogant and important enough to commit my overvalued thoughts to fake paper and tell people exactly what to think. The culmination of all this randomness, is Random Rationality: A Rational Guide to an Irrational World

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