1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
The issues surrounding fortnightly rubbish collections in Pat Regan's borough echoes the experiences of countless other residents throughout the UK. This book exposes much of the hypocrisy surrounding "green" policies. It is clear more and more people are starting to question the assurances they are given and whether, in fact, we really are "saving the planet".
This is a hard-hitting book which shows great insight into topical matters such as climate change, global warming and habitat destruction. The author quite rightly questions claims made by some scientists and provides counter-responses by experts.
One major criticism most local authorities, and even national… Read more
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
UFO: THE SEARCH FOR TRUTH
As an inquisitive follower of the UFO situation I was significantly attracted to this immense work, UFO: THE SEARCH FOR TRUTH, by Pat Regan.
I was however a little cynical at first of ex- Mod Nick Pope's (Regan's introduction writer) initial claims i.e.
"This book is no dry analysis of a quaint mystery. It's a muscular thesis that isn't afraid to take on the difficult issues and ask the questions that more traditional UFO researchers have avoided. Buckle up, readers, and get ready for one hell of a ride."
However, I have to say that Mr Pope was not only extremely honest over the content of Mr Regan's extensive UFO volume but also possibly… Read more
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I cannot agree with the review given by Lee and feel I have read a completely different book.
The questions Mr Regan deals with are representative of the questions many of us have.
This is a very difficult subject and Mr Regan has gathered so much information which we would like to consider with an open mind as evidence or otherwise that UFOs do exist.
I would recommend this book to anyone with an interest in the subject.