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on 18 April 2017
Another Must Read For Time Travellers
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on 20 April 2014
Lack of evidence to back up claims, and seems one sided opinions. Using Occam's razor in every case really didn't help. To many assumptions and uses evidence that backs up this theory, why out giving thought to other options.,this ruined any credibility for both author and the book. With the net being available now, this more or less tears the writers theories apart. It is a fascinating subject, some of it does make younstop and think (sections about the rock etc) but then it gets silly in other parts. Shame as it had potential.
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on 10 March 2013
I think the author would be a "good" politician, he is very good at emphasising the "evidence" that suits his argument and ignoring other evidence. I think he destroys his credibility by using too many examples and not researching more thoroughly. A quick internet search shoots down several of his examples.
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on 14 June 2013
No wonder alternative science has a bad name. This book based solely upon the old "Sherlock Holmes" quotation of if you rule of out the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable must be the truth. Evidence to back up your claims would also help. There is not one shred of evidence in this book for the proof of time-travelling.
Quack science of the highest order!!!
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on 16 November 2013
I made the mistake of not reading the reviews and a few pages into this drivel went back and read them, and, realised my mistake, let this be a warning! If ever there was a case to get your money back,this book is it. I know it is cheap, but even if it was free it would not be worth getting!!!!
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on 15 March 2014
Got to agree with the negativity on here. This is a fascinating subject, but these guys don't do much of a job. The solid stuff ie. mysterious objects embedded in ancient rock - can make you think, but some of their conclusions about historical events like the Armada and war of 1812 don't ring true at all. In fact, much of the book seems to be adding 2 and 2 and making 58. And they dont show the examiner their workings! Sadly, one to body swerve.
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on 10 May 2013
This is a waste of your time, it has the weakest evidence for time travel by using Occam's razor for every case.
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on 12 November 2016
ok toward end but bulk of it seemed a bit condescending to the reader as to the way it was written. possible that they were repeating themselves to use up space - padded out a bit.
A few interesting thoughts and theorys did emerge from it.
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on 17 September 2012
A ragbag collection of already reported phenomena that has been cobbled together, for, I suspect, a
quick buck. Repeats itself too much and it takes an age to get going. Too much padding and don't the writers love the phrase....."The Principal of Occams Razor"......poor old Occam, I say.
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on 19 January 2014
was ok expected slightly more a lot of repetition and duplication sometimes stating the obvious it became annoying at times
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