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Posted February 15, 2013
I thought it might be fun to read the theory of a layman; after
I thought it might be fun to read the theory of a layman; after all, most scientists seem to get stuck in the same old rut and spew the same old theories. This book began interestingly enough and I was pleasantly surprised.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Unfortunately, this author lost all credibility in my eyes with his frequent references to information he found in Wikipedia. Even Wikipedia's founders admit that their articles aren't all accurate, and I find it difficult to stomach a scientific theory book based on what can be found in highly such a highly questionable arena.
I only made it through about 75 pages of this book before I decided to leave well enough alone. When reading a book like this, I prefer to be able to weigh an author's theories against the more well-known and "credible" theories out there. In my estimation, creating a theory based on flawed and poorly researched ideas is sophomoric. I may still keep this book for some light reading when I find myself wanting to contemplate someone else's ideas, but don't feel the need to be bogged down in "fact"...