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Dr. Schoch has a great ability to take his, or others, theories and support them with well researched scientific data.
Robert Schoch's latest book, Forgotten Civilization, is a fascinating look into the ancient past and future possibilities of life on our planet.
Get ready to have your head spin around a few times, but when it stops, you will see the world and yourself in a very different way.
This book is a fascinating account of one possibility of what occurred at the end of the last ice age. Read morePublished 1 day ago by David Merrow
''Dr. Robert Schoch has not only incorporated a wealth of research, data, and topical science into this enthralling book; but he has also provided an insightful mechanism to help... Read morePublished 3 days ago by E.A.James Swagger
Schools' mind is on point in this layman's accounting of his work. The plasma details are a refreshing side note to Talbot and Thornhill's work on the Electric Universe theory. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Matthew Fiduccia
Fascinating book written by a passionate scientist interested in just about everything connected to processing ancient knowledge. Not just about solar outbursts.Published 21 days ago by Sienna S'Zell
A good read. A litle too populist for my taste. I'd prefer more evidence and more illustrations.
There are a few illustrations but all in a section towards the end. Read more
This book had some interesting facts but they could of been brought out in 3 or 4 pages. Everytime I sat down to read this book it put me to sleep! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Alex R. Glemzu
Great book and it covers so much you need to know about our solar history and much more. Worth every penny.Published 1 month ago by Tony R
Dr. Schoch pleasantly surprised me by his creative writing style and by the broad range of topics which he covered. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Paco
This book was a joy to read. Dr. Schoch is willing to think outside the box and has gone exactly where the evidence has led him. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Chris Pelczarski