In this first video, Dr. McPherson discusses the creation and inception of his new book, 'The Extinction Dialogs, How To Live With Death In Mind' that he has co-written with author, Dr. Carolyn Baker. He also discusses the 2 main, emotional forces that currently direct his life. In the second video Dr. Guy McPherson and Reese Jones continue their conversation, which touches upon such topics as the tyranny of technology, fleeing a corrupt and dangerous police state, the yearning for freedom, following our dreams, how to do things differently, avoiding mistakes of the past and the ultimate acceptance that 'things will be very different within the next 2 decades and more than ever, the most important 3 words of all will may be, "Live.



Extinction Dialogs: How to Live with Death in Mind is a candid conversation between Guy McPherson and Carolyn Baker. The text addresses the scientific research regarding abrupt climate change as well as how humans who grasp the likelihood of near-term human extinction can prepare emotionally and spiritually for the demise of many species on Earth, including ours. Synthesizing scientific and psycho-spiritual perspectives, McPherson and Baker provide a manual for understanding our terminal status and therefore allow this knowledge to shape every aspect of our relationships and behavior in humanity's last hours.

Carolyn Baker, Ph.D. is a former psychotherapist and professor of psychology and history. She is the author of Collapsing Consciously: Transformative Truths For Turbulent Times, Navigating The Coming Chaos: A Handbook For Inner Transition (2011) and Sacred Demise: Walking The Spiritual Path Of Industrial Civilization’s Collapse (2009). Carolyn offers life coaching for people who want to live more resiliently in the present as they prepare for the future.

Guy McPherson is Professor Emeritus at the University of Arizona. He taught and conducted research for 20 award-winning years before leaving the university for ethical reasons in 2009. McPherson established a homestead and continues his prolific writing and teaching from there.