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Dr. Joseph Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and “strange stuff”. He is the author of the following books in the field of alternative research: The Giza Death Star The Giza Death Star Deployed Reich of the Black Sun The Giza […]

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Book 1: Judyth Vary Baker

Me & Lee: How I Came to Know, Love and Lose Lee Harvey Oswald Judyth Vary was once a promising science student who dreamed of finding a cure for cancer; this expose is her account of how she strayed from a path of mainstream scholarship at the University of Florida to a life of espionage […]

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Book 4: James Perloff

Tornado in a Junkyard: The Relentless Myth of Darwinism In an easy-to-read text, this book examines the growing scientific evidence that is challenging Darwin’s theory of evolution: lack of transitional forms in the fossil record; the impossibility of mutations (almost universally destructive) serving as evolutionary building blocks; the flawed logic of natural selection theory; the […]

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Book 3: James Perloff

The Case Against Darwin: Why the Evidence Should Be Examined The Case against Darwin is James Perloff’s second title on the creation-evolution debate. Written from a creationist perspective, this 83-page book is a primer for those unfamiliar with the subject, and too busy for a full-length book such as the author’s earlier Tornado in a […]

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Jeff A. Benner

Genesis, Zen and Quantum Physics – A Fresh Look at the Theology and Science of Creation Since ancient times man has sought to understand the origins of the universe around him, and his place within it. Such speculations were once the sole purview of religion, but since the Enlightenment, science and rationality have also attempted […]

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Ancient Aliens On The Mars II

Mike Bara

Ancient Aliens On Mars II In Ancient Aliens on Mars II, New York Times bestselling author Mike Bara returns the reader to Mars to examine the enduring mysteries of the Red Planet. Building on the case made in Ancient Aliens on Mars and using data acquired from sophisticated new scientific instruments like the Mars Odyssey […]

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Stanton Friedman

Flying Saucers and Science: A Scientist Investigates the Mysteries of UFOs: Interstellar Travel, Crashes, and Government Cover-Ups Flying Saucers and Science: A Scientist Investigates the Mysteries of UFOs: Interstellar Travel, Crashes, and Government Cover-Ups Despite antipathy from “nasty, noisy negativists,” this physicist/lecturer has been seriously investigating UFOs since the Roswell, New Mexico incident of an […]

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Jonathan V. Wright, M.D.

Stay Young & Sexy with Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement: The Science Explained It’s been more than a decade since Dr. Jonathan Wright introduced the concept of bio-identical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) with the book Natural Hormone Replacement for Women Over 45 (Wright JVW, Morgenthaler J. Smart Publications, 1997), at a time when only a handful of […]

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Mark Antony Rossi

Strength To Be Human Strength to human is short collection of essays on ethics and dangers of technology overcoming common sense. The greatest rebellion in the 21st century may be the desire to remain human rather than attempt to enhance oneself chemically, technologically or spiritually into something supposedly better. (The central thesis to the book […]

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James M McCanney

Principia Meteorlogia: The Physics of Sun Earth Weather (Volume 4) This book is a summary of information that spans over 25 years of serious research and deals with the true nature of our past relative to celestial events, and additionally, the dangers that stand before us as we deal with the possibility or new planetary […]

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James M McCanney

Atlantis to Tesla: The Kolbrin Connection The Science of Atlantis and Tesla are rediscovered, giving a unique untold view of life on the lost continent, ancient space craft design, unlimited electrical power and the secret societies. There are many tests, treatises and legends referring to the Lost Continent of Atlantis and to the modern electrical […]

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Book: James M McCanney

The Diamond Principle There are universal truths and laws which permeate the universe. As an intelligent species we are just beginning to discover some of them. In our struggle to emerge from the ancient ice age by the law of the jungle … survival of the fittest adapting to radical changes … different members of […]

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James M McCanney

Planet-X, Comets and Earth Changes A scientific treatise on the effect of a new large planet or comet arriving in our solar system and expected earth weather and earth changes. Whether Today we are finding the remnants of ancient societies the world over, whith some thousands of feet under the ocean’s surface. Huge cities existed […]

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Rainwater can help trigger earthquakes

By Where it rains, it rumbles. Rainwater and snowmelt help fuel intense earthquakes along a New Zealand tectonic fault, new research suggests. Tracing the source of water flowing through New Zealand’s Alpine Fault shows that more than 99 percent of it originated from precipitation, researchers report April 19 in Earth and Planetary Science Letters. […]

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A weasel has shut down the Large Hadron Collider

By CERN’s Large Hadron Collider is in standby mode after a 66-kilovolt/18-kilovolt electrical transformer suffered a short circuit April 29 at 5:30 a.m. Central European Time. The culprit: A small wild animal, believed to be a weasel, gnawing on a power cable. “The concerned part of the LHC stopped immediately and safely, though some connections were […]

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Possible source of high-energy neutrino reported

By Scientists may have found the cosmic birthplace of an ultra-high energy neutrino. They point the finger at a blazar — a brilliantly luminous galaxy that shoots a jet of radiation in the direction of Earth — 9 billion light years away. If the link between the blazar and neutrino is real, scientists would […]

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A storm of tweets followed Superstorm Sandy’s path

By As Superstorm Sandy threatened the East Coast of the United States in fall of 2012, people stocked up on bread and batteries. They boarded their windows. And they tweeted. During the height of the storm and its impact, between October 26 and November 10, people sent more than 20 million hurricane-related tweets. Now, […]

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Mathematicians find a peculiar pattern in primes

By Prime numbers, divisible only by 1 and themselves, hate to repeat themselves. They prefer not to mimic the final digit of the preceding prime, mathematicians have discovered. “It is really, really bizarre,” says Stanford University postdoctoral researcher Robert Lemke Oliver, who, with Stanford number theorist Kannan Soundararajan, discovered this unusual prime predilection. “We […]

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