Everything You Know Is Wrong

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Everything You Know is Wrong is a well-researched, fact-based, clearly expressed, solidly defendable presentation of an entirely new position regarding the origins of life and human origins.

The origin of life, particularly human life, is one of today's most intensely debated subjects. Ironically, that debate has only two socially acceptable sides: Darwinism and Creationism. Darwinists support the detailed observations and speculations of a brilliant naturalist, while ...

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Overview

Everything You Know is Wrong is a well-researched, fact-based, clearly expressed, solidly defendable presentation of an entirely new position regarding the origins of life and human origins.

The origin of life, particularly human life, is one of today's most intensely debated subjects. Ironically, that debate has only two socially acceptable sides: Darwinism and Creationism. Darwinists support the detailed observations and speculations of a brilliant naturalist, while Creationists support the various interpreters of the Bible's scriptural teachings.

Despite the passion and intellect exhibited by both sides as they defend their positions, millions of people remain unconvinced by the arguments of either. For those individuals, it is time to present a viable, comprehensive, third option: Rationalism, which is the formation of ideas and opinions based on evidence and reasoning rather than on secular authority or divine revelation.

Everything You Know Is Wrong stakes out a solid, defendable, entirely new position in the debate about life origins and human origins. That position is bolstered by an astonishing array of scientific facts either unmentioned or conspicuously ignored by the two currently entrenched camps. By utilizing such a fact-based format, Everything You Know is Wrong's presentation of Rationalism offers a far more convincing explanation for the origins of life, and particularly of human life, than Darwinism or Creationism ever have...or ever will.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780595127498
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 10/20/2000
  • Pages: 338
  • Sales rank: 115,091
  • Product dimensions: 0.76 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 6.00 (d)

Table of Contents

Part I Life on Earth
Introduction 1
Missing Links 3
In The Beginning 6
What Is Life? 10
The Cambrian 14
Darwin 17
The Horse Charade/Insects 20
Neo-Darwinists 22
Career Suicide 26
Back Pocket Evidence 30
Summation 33
Part II The Fossil Record
Introduction 35
Lucy And The First Family 39
Laetoli 43
Ugly Brutes And Uglier Fish 46
"Real" Human Fossils 51
Homo Ergaster 54
The Erectus Dispute 57
Odd "Men" Out 60
Neanderthal 62
Cro-Magnon 69
Summation 72
Part III Hominoids
Introduction 73
Tracks 77
Outlining The Problem 79
Making A Fake 81
Hominoid Feet 86
Bigfoot/Sasquatch Feet 90
Toes, Walks, And Grover Krantz 94
The Cousins 97
Size And Hair 102
Body Parts 105
Legs, Nails, And Breasts 108
Odor, Lifestyle, And Communication 113
Living And Dying 117
The Real World 119
Population And Vegetation 125
Niches 131
Habitats 135
Agogwes 139
Almas/Kaptars 141
Hiding In Plain Sight 144
Witnesses 148
Face To Face 150
The Patterson Film 155
Albert Ostman 159
The Minnesota Iceman 164
Sanderson's Iceman Analysis 168
Foreign Encounters 174
Zana 178
Summation 183
Part IV The Truth?
Introduction 185
Genius At Work 188
The Sumerians 191
Epic Of Creation 199
Proofs And Speculations 206
Comets 210
Asteroids 216
Cylinder Seal VA/243 220
The Teachers 224
Nibiru And The Anunnaki 227
Colony Earth 232
The Evidence 238
The Great Mystery 246
Making The Worker/Slave 250
Gorilla Linebackers 254
How They Did It 258
Mass Production 263
The Flood 267
Calving The Big One 272
Postdiluvial 277
Domestication 280
Echoes Of The Past 291
The Mother Of All Proofs 295
Who Did What To Whom? 299
Cro-Magnon Vs. Neanderthal 304
Kinks In The Timing Chain 306
Summation 309
Index 317
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 23, 2003

    Do You Have an Open Mind?

    I found this book to be very disturbing, as it challenged my existing beliefs on evolution and history. If someone had given me a synopsis of what Lloyd Pye would eventually conclude, I would have never read the book. However, I have and now am left with disturbing information to digest. Pye presents a radically different theory on our evolution and history. Holes in the Darwinism theory are discussed, along with ancient cultures that simply seem to appear with advanced knowledge. (Such as the ancient Sumerians knowing about our solar system, to include Neptune and Pluto which we didn't even know about until the last 20 or so years.) Pye methodically hits a variety of topics, each well-researched, and eventually presents a logical, scientifically supported theory. Even if you don't agree with his final conclusion, some of the issues raised cannot be easily dismissed. A must read! But only for those with an open mind, and who are prepared to have their intermost beliefs challenged...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 14, 2007

    HAVE AN OPEN MIND?

    I first learned of Lloyd Pye while reading Jim Marr's book Rule by Secrecy. Pye's book, EVERTHING YOU KNOW IS WRONG 'EYKIW' was among Marr's reference material along with Zecheria Sitchen's many works. Later, I tried to digest as much of Sitchen¿s writings as possible but found that I kept going back to EYKIW due to Pye's easy, somewhat tongue in cheek, yet factual, often humorous writing style. In addition, his research is impressive and exhaustive. He condenses Sitchen¿s findings, without the minute details, in order to validate his theories on how we got here, along with everything we have, and many things we have but will either not acknowledge their existence or are ignorant of their origin. He gets to the point, the truth, because he knows what he is talking about. I became a follower. It is an engrossing read and should be read with an open mind. If proof, evidence and facts mean anything to you, go back to the Old Testament in the Bible and look for the many correlations with Pye's writings. Then perhaps you will see the truth that has driven Lloyd Pye to embark on this incredible journey.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 24, 2006

    Very compelling!

    Lloyd Pye makes an impressively compelling and detailed (albeit groundbreaking) argument. His attention to detail and thoroughness gives him credibility that is beyond reproach. His references to Zecharia Sitchin's work is truly spellbinding leaving the reader to wonder, 'Why haven't I heard any of this before?' Simply put, this book is spectacular. I find myself quoting it in every creationism-evolution discussion I am involved in. I cannot wait for Volume 2.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 19, 2005

    Where do you thought we came from?

    I have read from here and there few theories of where is the begining of not only human being but our beliefs, and this book was a mind refresher of what is inside of us and why science and spirituality go hand on hand. A lot of gaps where filled. I could not put the book down.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 21, 2003

    I loved this book..

    Wow! What a book. This books starts out a little slow documenting the evolution of man and the reasons why we didn't evolve from apes. This part of the book is by no means boring and you may look at things a little differently after reading it. Later in the book the author gives the readers digest version of Sitchins story of Nibiru and the Annunaki and why he believes this could be true. This is a book that I just couldn't put down. I highly recommend reading this book.

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