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Location: Wolverhampton, England
In My Own Words:
Have very eclectic taste and must have read literally thousands of books in my lifetime ( I am now 67 ). If someone asked me, what was the greatest intangible gift given to me I would say that it is being able to read!
Have visited many foreign countries and lived in USA for many years but my favourite place of all is Italy - ROME being the best, closely followed by Pompeii.
READING - obviously!
History, including Ancient (particularly Roman)and Middle Ages.
Keeping fit, mainly walking, about 2/3 miles daily.
Knitting, including drafting my own patterns
I really thought that at last we would have more insight into the death of Dr. Kelly, but, alas, I was VERY disappointed. This book is OK as far as it goes but does not come up with any very different conclusions than those of anyone else.
Norman Baker, however, did come to the conclusion that the Hutton Enquiry was, for want of a better word, a 'sham' and with that, I totally concur.
As for the rest of the book, there were nothing really definite and, where he did come to some sort of a conclusion, there was no really well reasoned arguments to support it.
All in all, quite a disappointmenr as far as I am concerned.
The actual CONTENT of this book is truly mind riveting and is well worth a read by anyone interested in this and related subjects. Anti-gravity is something that I feel, has been neglected in not being brought out into the open by the scientific AND government communtties.
Of course, there is, no doubt, a reason why this is so! Could it be Free Energy, maybe?
The reason for the 3 stars is that this book is extremely aggravating to read, with its free hand line drawing and differing sizes of fonts; obviously it has just been copied without the benefit of anyone wondering if it is conducive to comfortable reading by potential customers.