Mark Fox is a First Class BSc (Hons) graduate with experience of working for a major UK advice-giving charity, Her Majesty's Courts Service, and a leading British telecommunications company. This background enables the writer to attest to the dangers we all currently face, as they confront what is arguably the 21st century's most difficult and contentious subject.
Destructive Interference therefore serves to stimulate public debate on that most challenging of all contemporary issues - namely, anomalous or induced effects arising due to exogenous causes; effects which include remote manipulation, mental telepathy and the superimposition of persons.
To that end Destructive Interference is fast-paced, comprehensive and highly thought-provoking. It is also as well-intentioned as it is polemical, equipping the reader with sufficient arguments, insights and terminologies to enable them to engage fully with the content - a content which spans science, politics, history, philosophy and the law.
Such a multi-faceted book defies simple classification; being as much about health and social care, as about current affairs, contemporary history and the genius of modern science. This then, must surely be the most exciting and perturbing conceptual journey that you are ever likely to undertake.