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Very interesting book.,
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This review is from: Supernature (Coronet Books) (Paperback)
A lot of stuff in this book will make you want to read it over again, thinking "really?" Interestingly, quite a bit of it is based in fact, while the speculation of the author, while not scientific or proving anything, adds to the sense of what this book is about: there is more that we don't know in science than we do know.
Books like these are important to keep "main stream" scientists honest, and while the author may be ridiculed, it's unwarranted unless proven false. Last I checked, you can't prove a negative... so perhaps someday we can explain what other scientists say is impossible. Because today, there are simply too many topics in science that we can't explain (and our best guesses are pretty poorly defined)... This book delves into what hasn't been explained, but unfortunately, the desire to know the answers of the authors questions is a bit frustrating, because nobody knows (yet.)