- Paperback: 132 pages
- Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing (30 Nov. 2004)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0740747878
- ISBN-13: 978-0740747878
- Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 1.3 x 17.8 cm
- Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 365,041 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
God's Debris: A Thought Experiment Paperback – 30 Nov 2004
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About the Author
Scott Adams is the creator of Dilbert (www.dilbert.com), which appears in more than 2,000 newspapers in sixty-five countries. Scott has twenty-nine books in print with more than eleven million copies sold, including two number one New York Times best-sellers. He is CEO of Scott Adams Foods, Inc. and co-owner of two restaurants, Stacey's Cafe in Pleasanton, California and Stacey's at Waterford. The author, cartoonist, engineer, artist, restaurateur, actor, hypnotist, and entrepreneur live in Northern California."
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Top Customer Reviews
I found this book fascinating as a puzzle, and enjoyed picking the arguments and misstatements apart. It reminded me of a question on the bar exam from many years ago where I had to write about what the law was in regard to a will written by an illiterate person. Great fun!
Mr. Adams warns that this book is for "people who enjoy having their brains spun around inside their skulls." He also says that it is "a view about God that you've probably never heard before." I certainly agree with both of those points. He also warns that what's in the book "isn't true . . . but it's oddly compelling." He also notes that people under the age of 14 should not read it.Read more ›
The book is a simple, quick read but that does not detract from it being a worthwhile read. For those critics who have suggested that it shouldn't have even made it to print - my goodness - given the amount of drivel that is published, I certainly do not feel that this falls into that category. It is a thought experiment - think about it (but not too much!)
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The purpose of this book is to change your perspective, to take a step back and to look at why it is you believe what is and isn't important to you. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mr A Langfield
Little new in the ideas. Too many errors and assumptions. Tails away at the end. To light for serious inquiryPublished 7 months ago by Nigel R
I find myself impressed and my thought provoked, which doesn't happen often.Something to read 20 years after you finished Jonathan Livingstone Seagull.Published 13 months ago by Mark G Corkin
One of my all time favourite books. I have leant it out a few times, and bought it for others.Published 14 months ago by Marc Robinosn
Very though provoking book. Great story. Unusual yet profound. It certainly makes you think.Published 18 months ago by Ray McLennan
A M A Z I N G! Scott Adams is a god-like Genuis walking amongst us simple mortals!Published 20 months ago by James Burtt