Delusions in Science & Spirituality

Delusions in Science & Spirituality

The Fall of the Standard Model and the Rise of Knowledge From Unseen Worlds

Paperback - 2015
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"Debunks cherished theories of mainstream consensus and reveals the deeper mysteries of the science of the unseen"--
Published: Rochester, Vermont :, Bear & Company ,, [2015]
Copyright Date: ©2015
ISBN: 9781591431985
1591431980
Branch Call Number: 501 MAR
Characteristics: ix, 436 pages :,illustrations ;,23 cm

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Jul 13, 2016

I enjoy reading works that challenge the mainstream--even if I end up rejecting the author's arguments, I usually at least come away with a clearer understanding of my own viewpoints. I had hoped to have a similar experience with this book but I've been sadly disappointed. The author critiques existing mainstream theories as being conclusions not justified by the research but then turns around and does just that with her own assertions. She chastises scientists for using jargon to obscure the lack of a solid foundation for their work, but then turns around and does the same thing--vortexya?! etherea?! really?! And some of the science that she claims to be rebutting appears to have come from creative writing exercises completed by third graders. "Dinosaurs survived in the polar regions because they were really, really fat"?!!! ANY cockamamie argument would sound valid as a rebuttal to that--and I can't believe anyone would believe this is a cherished theory of mainstream scientists! I rarely find any book to be a complete waste of time but this one falls squarely into that category. I wish it were possible to give negative ratings.

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