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Ordered; haven't gotten it to read yet; have watched a number of videos with Schoch and his colleagues.
The thing that bothers me with "ooooh, pyramids! Read more
not sure if I buy the thesis at the end as to where proto-pyramid culture came from.Published 7 months ago by Christopher M Olson
I love reading historical non fiction. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and have recommended it to others. Thanks Robert. Also thanks for the others reviews. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Alan
As an academic who spends summers reading new - well grounded - theories, this was the best read of the summer. Intriguing! Read morePublished 14 months ago by Art Lover
Honestly, I was and still am very open minded. The entire read, I was actually buying most of what Dr. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Amazon Customer
Theinformation is well written, wellorganized To tell that ancient people could build ocean goingshipsout of grass and weeds
that would and did sail the vast oceans. Read more
My review here is quite belated, but I hope to bring out certain points pertinent to Dr Schoch's competence outside the field of Geology, as well as the fallacies in some of his... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Animo