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Anomaly: Revolutionary Knowledge in Everyday Life

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Something Is Wrong With Your Reality.

You know that gnawing feeling, that feeling that deep down inside things just don't add up. Big government, big business, big religion, and big science all tell you what to believe yet the holes in their stories seem to get bigger everyday. Inside you'll learn how to navigate these holes, or anomalies, as your guide.

In his highly anticipated controversial new book 'Anomaly: Revolutionary Knowledge In ...

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Overview

Something Is Wrong With Your Reality.

You know that gnawing feeling, that feeling that deep down inside things just don't add up. Big government, big business, big religion, and big science all tell you what to believe yet the holes in their stories seem to get bigger everyday. Inside you'll learn how to navigate these holes, or anomalies, as your guide.

In his highly anticipated controversial new book 'Anomaly: Revolutionary Knowledge In Everyday Life', renowned polymath Jake Shannon takes a fresh look at our minds and our world, offering a treatise on the fine art of mental self-defense by way of the rhetoric and philosophy of science. This meticulously researched book reveals:

* How the combination of the U.S. intelligence community and media conglomerates control our country's flow of information and the truly dangerous consequences

* How analogy permeates all levels of our reasoning and how it is used against you

* How you can, in fact, be hypnotized against your will and what you can do to prevent it

* How the root of the problem of America's health-care can be found in the American Eugenics movement of the early 20th century

* How to differentiate between conspiracy theory and conspiracy evidence

* How the author predicted the current financial collapse and what will happen next

* How some of those at the frontiers of the science and in the intelligence community are taking psychic phenomenon very seriously

...and much more in this mind-altering, life-saving, and ultimately accessible treatise on the philosophy and rhetoric of science.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781449509422
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/6/2009
  • Pages: 210
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.48 (d)

Meet the Author

CREDENTIALS: Jake Shannon is the author of 'Anomaly: Revolutionary Knowledge In Everyday Life'. He lives in Salt Lake City, Utah with his wife and three children.
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