“Dirty Science” by Bob Gebelein

DIRTY SCIENCE Bob GebeleinBookBaby (2019) ISBN 9780961461140 Reviewed by Paige Lovitt for Reader Views (03/19) In “Dirty Science,” Harvard educated Bob Gebelein discusses corruption in the scientific establishment in regard to accepting scientific research outside of the realm of physical science. Gebelein is dismayed to see the current trend of people who are viewed as... Continue Reading →

“How We Perceive Reality” by Allan Arnold

HOW WE PERCEIVE REALITY: OUR BRAIN DEFINES REALITY Allan Arnold Outskirts Press (2018) ISBN 9781478798149 Reviewed by Susan Violante for Reader Views (10/18) “How We Perceive Reality” by Allan Arnold is a 30-page scientific explanation on a philosophical question: Is what surrounds us real? Or, what is reality? As a retired aerospace engineer who worked... Continue Reading →

“Understanding the People Around You: An Introduction to Socionics” by Ekaterina Sergeevna Filatova

UNDERSTANDING THE PEOPLE AROUND YOU: AN INTRODUCTION TO SOCIONICS Ekaterina Sergeevna Filatova MSI Press (2010) ISBN 9780967990767 Reviewed by Josh Cramer for Reader Views (04/17) “Understanding the People Around You: An Introduction to Socionics” by Ekaterina Sergeevna Filatova is a unique take on the theory of Socionics. I have read a lot of books on personalities, and... Continue Reading →

“Secret Science and the Secret Space Program” by Herbert G. Dorsey III

SECRET SCIENCE AND THE SECRET SPACE PROGRAM Herbert G. Dorsey III Herbert Grove Dorsey III Publishing (2015) ISBN 9780578152387 Reviewed by Paige Lovitt for Reader Views (5/17) The author of “Secret Science and the Secret Space Program,” Herbert G. Dorsey III, has a background in Electrical Engineering, Physics and free energy systems. He also has... Continue Reading →

“Newton, Maxwell, Einstein: What Were They Thinking?” by Edmond Brown

NEWTON, MAXWELL, EINSTEIN: WHAT WERE THEY THINKING? Edmond Brown Outskirts Press (2015) ISBN 9781478759812 Reviewed by Erick Markley for Reader Views (05/17) “Newton, Maxwell, Einstein: What Were They Thinking?” by Edmond Brown offers insight and discussion around the theories of these scientists that will facilitate the understanding of such theories and the significance of their... Continue Reading →

Dinosaurs and Indians by Lawrence W. Bradley

DINOSAURS AND INDIANS Lawrence W. Bradley Outskirts Press (2014) ISBN: 9781478737063 Reviewed by Paige Lovitt for Reader Views (01/15) Arriving among the other immigrants into North America during the 19th century were fossil hunters. Seeking out dinosaur fossils, many of them trespassed onto Sioux lands when they discovered that their territory was rich with them.... Continue Reading →

The Deja Vu Experiment by J.G. Renato

THE DEJA VU EXPERIMENT: A JOURNEY TO THE OUTER LIMITS OF THE MIND J. G. Renato Veritas Shield (2014) ISBN 9780989718615 Reviewed by Richard R. Blake for Reader Views (03/14) Article first published as Book Review: ‘The Deja Vu Experiment’ by J. G. Renato on Blogcritics. In “The Deja Vu Experiment” author J. G. Renato... Continue Reading →

The Power of the Poppy: Harnessing Nature’s Most Dangerous Plant Ally by Kenaz Filan

The Power of the Poppy: Harnessing Nature’s Most Dangerous Plant Ally Kenaz Filan Park Street Press (2011) ISBN 9781594773990 Reviewed by Irene Watson for Reader Views (3/11) “Approximately 7,500 years ago agricultural communities began to develop along the basin of the Danube River. Within less than two hundred years they had spread to what would... Continue Reading →

Multiply and Divide with Sticks and Steps: Teach this Easy Method in Just 5 Minutes by Maureen Stearns

Multiply and Divide with Sticks and Steps: Teach this Easy Method in Just 5 Minutes Maureen Stearns Enrichment Books (2011) ISBN 9780972690850 Reviewed by Christine Watson for Reader Views (10/10)   Maureen Stearns obviously has experience working with students.  In her book, “Multiply and Divide with Sticks and StepsÒ,” she shares her clear and simple... Continue Reading →

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