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Insightful but quite tragic
on 3 May 2014
If you are one of those people who thinks that an evolutionary biologist has no place talking about evolution or biology, or that Physicists have no place discussing the creation of the universe, this book is probably for you.
This book offers a valuable insight into how these days, anyone can get a book published, regardless of how ridiculous their central premise.
It's fascinating to read how people who search for evidence for their opinions are arrogant and pretentious, whereas those who don't are somehow enlightened on the workings of the universe.
There are so many possibilities for further work.
Have you ever found it to be so arrogant when geographers claim they understand volcanoes?
Have you been enraged by an architect who has this arrogant idea he can design buildlings?
If you have, maybe you should write about it. There appears to be a market for this sort of thing.
I'm starting my book tomorrow "The Satanic predictions: Meteorology and it's arrogance"
Or I may stay true to myself and write "the musings of ancient sheep herders: Are they really relevant in 2014?"