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review 2018-10-01 07:28
Ancient Giants by Xaviant Haze
Ancient Giants: History, Myth, and Scientific Evidence from around the World - Xaviant Haze

TITLE:  Ancient Giants: History, Myth, and Scientific Evidence from around the World


AUTHOR:  Xaviant Haze




FORMAT:  Paperback


ISBN-13: 9781591432937



This is a mostly anecdotal collection of stories and myths about giants from prehistory to more recent times, categorized in terms of region.  There is no attempt at analysis or investigating if the "giants" described in the stories or ancient carvings are actual giants, normal people with medical conditions, or simply over-exaggerated tales that grew with the telling.  All of the giant bone discoveries mentioned in this book have mysteriously disappeared.  The author claims a conspiracy, which may well be true, but this book doesn't help with any details or furthering of knowledge.  This is a short book that brings nothing new to the table.

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review 2016-04-16 11:25
The Hollow Earth Enigma by Alec MacLellan
The Hollow Earth Enigma - Alec MacLellan

This is an interesting and well written book that explores the belief that the Earth is hollow and may be inhabited.  This book discusses things such as legends and writings from the earliest civilizations, the aurora borealis, UFOs, giants, fairies, subterranean entrances at the poles, the possible structure of other planets and other phenomenon - not to mention, the idea that the earth's interior is solid is only a hypothesis that has not been definitively proven.  The book is a bit dated and would benefit from newer information.

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review 2016-03-21 14:31
Global Warming & Other Bollocks
Global Warming and Other Bollocks: The Truth About All Those Science Scare Stories - Stanley Feldman,Professor Vincent Marks

Informative, interesting and easy to understand.  This book discusses such things as global warming, the epidemic of obesity and other health matters, Britain's transport policy and other questionable dogmas such as recycling, ethics, globalisation and population.  It's a food for thought type of book, even if I don't agree with everything written within its pages.

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