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History of the Future: A Chronology Hardcover – Import, 1 Jul 1989
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All of physics is wrong because scientists assume "the difference between here and there really exists; the time between now and then actually elapses and the earth.. is solid". Well hello! The world is full - FULL - of crackpot half-baked ideas and the only way we have to see which ones are worthwhile is to see whether they are useful and reliable. Science, in other words. But then, "scientific experimentation ... immediately ceases". Sure it will cease if you want to smoke weed and shove your head where is don't shine, being useless to anyone and anything. Experimentation ceases. Sheesh. And replaced with this wishy-washy, touchy-feely, new age (1960s), tree-hugging, nonsense?
I have owned this book for years, and have many times thought of throwing it out. But I save it for when I'm feeling fed-up; overburdened by work, perhaps. And then I sit on the toilet and read some of this utter, utter rubbish and it so enrages me that real-life somehow doesn't seem so bad.
This is the most rubbish book I have in my library. It is appalling, filled with nonsense. Filled with illustrations too - none of which add anything but form a hodge-podge of new-age imagery that becomes irritating and tiresome.
Maybe I should throw it out this time.