Julius Lukasiewicz, author of The Ignorance Explosion: Understanding Industrial Civilization, has been a journalist, an engineer, a Polish activist, an amateur designer, an architect, and a photographer. He lives in Ottawa.
Across Europe and North America, Julius Lukasiewicz has been a journalist, an engineer, an amateur designer, an architect, and an esteemed photographer. This is his life.
Rue Lukasiewicz chronicles the life of Julius Lukasiewicz and the path he’s followed with his own map, guided by his diverse interests. Across Europe and North America, Lukasiewicz has been a journalist, an engineer, a specialist of supersonic aerodynamics, a student of industrial civilization, an activist on behalf of Poland’s independence, an amateur designer, an architect, and finally, an esteemed photographer.
His examination of controversial issues such as supersonic airliners and manned space exploration, hydrogen and wind energy, academia, religion, the Soviet Union, Poland, the Second World War, the Warsaw Uprising, the "war on terror," and many others hasn’t been inhibited by political correctness whatsoever.