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Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps by Robert W. Felix
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Jul 16, 2009

it was ok
bookshelves: science
Read in July, 2009

A poorly written book, and the author's overly informal, overblown style gives you little confidence in his assertions. His theories are interesting, but you wonder about his grasp of basic science -- I know enough earth science to feel he's cherry-picking his data and drawing sweeping conclusions, but not enough to say whether this or that argument or inference is incorrect and how. It makes me want to sit down and discuss it with a geologist or other earth scientist.
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Jozef Just started. Already in his introduction he shows that he doesn't understand evolution. No evolution scientist has ever argued that there must have been half wings or eyes.

Sally I'll be interested to read your final review.

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