Minggu, 23 Januari 2011

Another very useful book by Cardona

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Flare Star Dwardu Cardona

Flare Star by Dwardu Cardona is essential reading for anyone interested in geology, archeology, paleontology or the recent history of the Solar System. He correlates information from astronomers, geologists, plasma scientists and from comparative mythologists to demonstrate that they use different methods but come to many similar conclusions. He notes several known problems in science that are not often stressed outside the scientific community. He then provides possible explanations to the problems with one basic assumption concerning the original plasma environment around Earth. The references alone are worth the price of the book. The references are especially good in case you want to pose difficult to explain questions (privately of course) for your professors. Although Cardona's God Star was first in the series, it seems to me that a reader would not be lost starting with Flare Star. They complement each other and both are very important books.

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3 komentar:

  1. Cardona's work explains so many of the mysteries and anomalies of planetray science and history in a coherent and logical model, albeit a model that runs somewhat against the grain. Fascinating, challenging, and compelling.

    BalasHapus
  2. Flare Star by Dwardu Cardona is essential reading for anyone interested in geology, archeology, paleontology or the recent history of the Solar System. He correlates information from astronomers, geologists, plasma scientists and from comparative mythologists to demonstrate that they use different methods but come to many similar conclusions. He notes several known problems in science that are not often stressed outside the scientific community. He then provides possible explanations to the problems with one basic assumption concerning the original plasma environment around Earth. The references alone are worth the price of the book. The references are especially good in case you want to pose difficult to explain questions (privately of course) for your professors. Although Cardona's God Star was first in the series, it seems to me that a reader would not be lost starting with Flare Star. They complement each other and both are very important books.

    BalasHapus