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God's Debris by Scott Adams
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Aug 07, 2007

did not like it
Recommended for: People who know enough math and science to recognize pseudoscientific claptrap when they see it.

If it had been written as comedy, God's Debris would have been an enjoyable read, since Adams does come up with some funny and interesting conceits. Unfortunately he takes them seriously, and hides behind the weak excuse that he's challenging the reader to find the flaws in his arguments. Unfortunately, when someone who -- by his own admission -- knows nothing about quantum physics or probability theory writes very seriously on those subjects, the result is a lot of annoying gibberish.

This book can be legally downloaded free of charge at the publisher's website.

And yep, it's the Dilbert Scott Adams.
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message 1: by Andie (new)

Andie One star...and yet, I'm somehow intrigued. Must be the Dilbert ref ;)

message 2: by Richard (last edited Aug 15, 2007 05:21AM) (new) - rated it 1 star

Richard Well, if you must read it, we'll just have to discuss it to cut through the balderdash. :)

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