Cat. 4, Anthony Marr’s 4 books, at least one a magnum opus!

Cat. 4, Anthony Marr’s 4 books, at least one a magnum opus!

Anthony Marr’s first book is [OMNI-SCIENCE and the Human Destiny], which took him 25 years to write since its original conception during a 2-month solo camping trip in the wilderness in 1977 when he was 33. Published finally in 2003 for his first Compassion for Animals Road Expedition (CARE-1), available @, or if you desire an autographed copy (by donation), please contact the author directly via email ( or via Facebook PM (












University of California @ Berkeley

Anthropology, Dr. Tim White: “Anthony Marr’s OMNI-SCIENCE is formidable.”

Astronomy and Physics, Dr. Marc Davis:  “… a forward looking moral framework… an important contribution to society…”

Paleontology, Dr. Carole S. Hickman:  “… an extraordinary intellectual undertaking… unique… intellectually and aesthetically stimulating… a bold and eclectic piece of scholarship… exceptional… a delight… optimism, concern and compassion for humanity…”

Botany, Dr. Herbert G. Baker:  “… extremely interesting… an important contribution towards understanding cosmology.”

Paleontology, Dr. Donald E. Savage:  “… powerful… erudite synthesis…”

Zoology, Dr. Richard C. Strohman:  “… original… a thoroughly logical system… might indeed fill a large gap in the way we think…”

Biology, Dr. Richard W. Holms:  “… a remarkable broad perspective… great depth… truly deserves the name OMNI-SCIENCE…”

Institute of Human Origins, Dr. William H. Kimbel, President:  “… a profound contribution to the fundamental definition of humankind in relation to the broader universe… unifies the fragmented Western scientific disciplines… implications of great depth and breadth for the future course of human actions… too important to ignore.”


Stanford University

Geology, Dr. W.R. Evitt:  “… sincerity, imagination, intellectualism and scholarship… an immensely logical construct… meticulously thought out… majestic in scope but intrinsically simple, satisfying and optimistic… should have a very broad appeal… these are important ideas with great potential for lessening the conflicts in a troubled world…”

Sociology, Dr. Alex Inkeles:  “… impressed me not only with the quality of his presentation, but also the quality of his thinking… authoritative… exceptionally comprehensive…”

Philosophy, Dr. John Dupre:  “… extremely intriguing and provocative… incomparably more edifying than the vast majority of such attempts…”

Anthropology, Dr. John W. Rick:  “… very thought provoking… clearly deserves extensive discussion… a serious, well-founded vision…”

Physics, Dr. Leonard Susskind:  “… I found myself stimulated, educated… worth listening to, even for those of us who are not of the same philosophical bent…”

Philosophy, Dr. John Bogart:  “… compelling… have moral import…”

Applied Physics and Astrophysics, Dr. Vahe Petrosian:  “… elaborate… clearly well thought out and researched… fascinating… a very ambitious task… a beautiful synthesis… captivating… should be of interest not only to experts but to all thinking people of the world…”


Publish in 2008 for his CARE-5 tour, and to answer the urgent call to address global warming, climate change, and the upcoming Runaway Global Heating. Available @ for a song!


This book has been on Anthony Marr’s mind for years. It can be seen as a distillation of OMNI-SCIENCE, but rather than a heavy treatise, it is told along the lines of a mystical personal journey of discovery towards a universal destination during the 2-month solo camping in the wilderness in 1977. If read to a highly intelligent child, it would sound like a fairytale, but one in the realm of super-reality imparting the Way of the Cosmos (the Tao), the Meaning of Life and the Purpose of Humanity as well as the reason of his/her own life. Published in 2016 with the very capable assistance of friend and volunteer Susan Dunne. Not yet on the open market; please request autographed copies directly from the author.


On his 70th birthday (in 2014), several close friends, and even one stranger, independently urged Anthony Marr to write his memoir. Initially viewing this as a somewhat narcissistic pursuit, he shelved the idea for two years, until, at his 72nd birthday, one of his friends asked the brutal question, “What if you get Alheimer’s? At least then you can read about yourself.” This book is also not ready for the open market, still with typos. But a flawed stamp is worth thousands of times more than a perfect stamp. So, order the book while it is still imperfect!




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