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Worse Than Global Warming Wave Technology Paperback – October 22, 2007

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Worse Than Global Warming: Wave Technology is by far one of the most eye-opening, thought-provoking books on our current environmental/political future I ve ever read. Nina Anderson has exposed a threat to our way of life that can happen in an instant. She links the irresponsible advances in technology with an apocalypse potentially triggered by our ancestors and offers the suggestion that the 2012 prophecies are merely warning us not to repeat history. Anderson has written a profound theory on the coming earth changes as they relate to man s technological interference and she claims we may just be caught in a time loop about to recreate a pole shift similar to the one that befell the Ancients. A must-read for all environmentalists, scientists and anyone concerned about the 2012 prophecies. --Van Deusen Reviews

About the Author

Nina Anderson is a licensed pilot and professional writer. After graduating from Monmouth College, she embarked on a career in aviation that would span over forty years. With her experience in flying both commercial airline and corporate planes, Ms. Anderson has written several exciting books on aviation, including The Backseat Flyer and Flying Above the Glass Ceiling: Inspirational Stories of Success from the First Women Pilots to Fly Airline and Corporate Aircraft. Ms. Anderson's interest in technology and conspiracy theories inspired her to write the suspense novel 2012 Airborne Prophesy. She lives in Massachusetts and still loves to fly airplanes.  </span>


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Product Details

  • Paperback: 104 pages
  • Publisher: Square One Publishers (October 22, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1884820867
  • ISBN-13: 978-1884820861
  • Product Dimensions: 8.6 x 5.7 x 0.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 2.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,826,084 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

More About the Author

Nina is an International Sports Science Association certified Specialist in Performance Nutrition. She is a retired corporate pilot having flown many jet aircraft including the Gulfstream, Sabreliner, Citation III and Hawker. Nina has taught Human Factors for the FAA Wings Program and is a member of the 99s, and WCA. As a nationally acclaimed researcher, author, television and radio personality, Nina's message has reached thousands of listeners. She has been an active researcher in the alternative health field for over twenty years and has co-authored 18 books including Flying Above the Glass Ceiling, Worse Than Global Warming: Wave Technology, Low Carb and Beyond, Cancer Disarmed, ADD, The Natural Approach, Super Nutrition for Dogs n' Cats, Nutritional Leverage for Great Golf and Analyzing Sports Drinks. She offers lively seminars that are entertaining, educational and interactive. She also is President of Safe Goods Publishing and LJB Piper, LLC which makes a natural sports drink concentrate, electroBlast. Nina has a BA from Monmouth University (NJ).

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Katharine A. Rundle on July 23, 2011
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I have been tracking chemical and electromagnetic abuse of our atmosphere now for more than three years. I ordered this book because its product information indicated the book focused on the wave technology and dangers inherent in it. It does. I like very much the author's style and straightforward presentation of the technological and scientific facts in the book. I will read it again for information and insight.

However, that said, the author spends a great deal of time advocating a connection between the present day geoengineering (and all the danger that creates) and a mythical (she obviously believes real) Atlantis society that had acquired the same/similar technology, e.g. electromagnetic manipulation. I tend to support the existence of Atlantis and was much impressed by the cultural anthropological (not scientific) approach taken by Ignatius Donnelly (sp?) in his book on Atlantis. But, this author's vision of Atlantean technology and the consequent war and destruction of Atlantis I find somewhat fanciful. Now, that is not to say that it may not be so. We have precious little hard evidence and must keep an open mind. This book, however, could have been beautifully written and presented the same scientific, empirical and technological facts and argument without trying to connect the past to the present. The threat to our earth and our existence from geoengineering, electromagnetic weapons and such, is enormous. Besides being a retired lawyer, I minored in physical anthropology in college. I found much of the information and argument presented about Atlantis' technology difficult to accept. This made the book somewhat less than what I had expected. Of course, the author is free to write what she believes are the critical concerns and the evidence which support same.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Curse on July 24, 2013
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It's 2013 and we're still here. Atlantis did resurface with the message to the world "LAWL GUYS OUR BAD. SRSLY THOUGHT WE SHOULD HIDE IN THAT OTHER DIMENSION TILL THE APOCALYPSE PASSED BUT WE WERE WRONG HERE. WHOOPS."
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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful By MAC on October 4, 2009
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The author states that she took something like 20 years to gather the information in this book. Anyone can gather all of the information in this tiny book in about 1/2 an hour using the Internet. I was also disappointed by her attempt to feed me New Age speculation and Bermuda Triangle stuff, and threw the book away before I finished it. This book is for someone who changed the channel during an American Idol commercial break.
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful By D. Delgardo on December 11, 2010
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This is a fun book to read if only to clarify that there are folks out there far more paranoid than you are... Well, far more paranoid that I am. Through that lens, the book is enjoyable. Through a more scientific lens... Well, science wouldn't put up with this type of "research."

That said, I did find the book entertaining and, at points, it challenged my belief systems and presumed knowledge. In the end, though, I'm afraid the author's case is weak.
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