Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

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by Jamie King
     
 

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The ultimate compendium of conspiracy theories--from A-Z.

An encyclopedic listing exposing some of the most famous--and infamous--conspiracies throughout history, including the JFK assassination, Area 51, the death of Princess Diana, the events of 9/11, the "Men in Black," and many more.

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The ultimate compendium of conspiracy theories--from A-Z.

An encyclopedic listing exposing some of the most famous--and infamous--conspiracies throughout history, including the JFK assassination, Area 51, the death of Princess Diana, the events of 9/11, the "Men in Black," and many more.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781101190579
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
09/06/2005
Sold by:
Penguin Group
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
256
Sales rank:
519,236
File size:
301 KB

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Conspiracy Theories 2.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I like a good conspiracy theory. This book is full of really bad ones. I say that I read it, but that is not entirely true. I stopped about 2/3 of the way through because I actually felt IQ points being lost.
codecracker13 More than 1 year ago
Okay book-not much information on each theory, maybe a page at best. Read the sample before you buy it!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I could not even read this book. There is little to no acutal work cpmpleted in these pages. I could have written this myself in about 12 hours.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Kate Tuckett (the author) must have one of the lowest IQ measurable to science. Her conclusions are so ridiculus that no sane person would ever be able to agree with her. Just an example: Kate thinks it was easier to go to the moon in 1969, than in fact faking it. Her imagination doesn't suffice to think of the possibility, that the Apollo missions Saturn V rockets really did take off, but never left lower earth orbit. Kate Tuckett is just to uninformed, unintelligent and ignorant to author a book like this. If she had done ANY research, she would have noticed, that when it became possible (for the USSR) to track (small) objects in space - all the remaining Apollo missions (hoaxes!) were suddenly aborted. In reality there's no proof whatsoever regarding man ever even crossing the deadly Van Allen radiation-belts (approx. 1000 km. out in space) nevertheless travelling the entire 240.000 km. to the moon. The space shuttle has tried to climb from lower earth orbit. The lethal radiation from the belts is so intensive, that they had to return before reaching 400 km out in space (not even halfway to the belts). Even with year 2000+ technology it's not possible for any living creature to reach the belts, and survive it! Even Werner Von Braun (the nazi-scientist who was leading the Apollo-missions for NASA) wrote two years before the first Apollo mission, that it would be all impossible to reach the moon - not only because of the obvious radiation-belt obstacles - but also because of the 800.000 tons of fuel needed to do so (The Saturn V weighed only 25.000 tons fuelled - just enough to free it from gravity and enter low earth orbit). Loads of proof of man have never been on the moon, on none to proof we have - that's the unfortunate fact! Kate Tuckett must be guilty of stupidity! Hopefully - cuz the only real alternative is far more sinister: - she is guilty of intentional misinformation and disinformation. /Loke