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Out of Place in Time and Space: Inventions, Beliefs, and Artistic Anomalies That Were Impossibly Ahead of Their Time

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"Lamont Wood's excursion into the demonstrably anomalous is a time-warp experience delivered with style and wit. Buckle up for an eye-popping ride beyond the restrictions of consensus reality and into vaster realms of the extraordinary!"
--Frank Joseph, editor of Ancient America Magazine and author of Unearthing Ancient America

"Eminently readable and written with a wry sens
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Paperback, 224 pages
Published August 15th 2011 by New Page Books (first published August 1st 2011)
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Lea
This one started out well, but quickly went downhill. The author's arguments are logical and interesting, but become repetitive. He relies on the same two or three arguments, no matter what he's discussing, and on a few subjects he really reaches to fit his theory to the facts.

Wood has an intriguing take on anachronisms, clasifying them as conventional (objects from the present in fictional depictions of the past or future) or reverse (pretty much the same as conventional, but these objects, pra
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Rob
There were some interesting tidbits found throughout but he really doesn't make much of a claim, just some odd items collected here to suggest time isn't necessarily linear? And that there are aliens? It was ok, but not overly insightful.
Amelia
Fun, easy read. Nothing groundbreaking, but it's entertaining.
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