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Title: The Monkey & the Tetrahedron: Compelling ...
Publisher: Glass Moon Press, Seattle, WA
Publication Date: 1999
Book Condition: Good
Edition: 1st Printing.
Book Type: Trade Paper
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The Monkey and The Tetrahedron is a comprehensive synthesis of the evidence supporting:
* the existence of extraterrestrial artifacts
* the reality of the "excess energy" phenomenon
* the presence of unusual electromagnetic effects in grain affected by
"crop circle" formations
* the existence of Unidentified Flying Objects as a non-trivial
* a connection between the human race and an ancient, now "lost" body
The Monkey and the Tetrahedron suggests a common thread that may tie these seemingly disparate subjects together, grounding them firmly in the testable scientific realm. With nearly 700 citations and dozens of links to the most reliable, up-to-date internet sources, The Monkey and the Tetrahedron is a virtual encyclopedia of controversial science. Written in non-technical language, The Monkey and the Tetrahedron is 476 pages long and contains 77 illustrations, including official NASA images suggesting that all is not as it seems in the solar system!
The Monkey and the Tetrahedron is for anyone curious about life's Big Questions: How did we get here? Who are we? What is our purpose? and Where are we going? It is for anyone interested in the real scientific evidence supporting the search for life in the universe, the existence of virtually unlimited energy sources, and the possibility of a vastly expanded history and purpose for humanity...it is for those interested in changing the world and the way humans view themselves in the universe.Review:
Once past the excessive ranting about Carl Sagan in The Monkey and the Tetrahedron, the reader will find a crackerjack compendium of proven, but generally ignored, scientific findings and some compelling theories that tie them all together. While David Jinks's master's degree is in business rather than physics, he compiles information and documents his contentions with the fury of an accountant searching for misappropriated funds. Be glad he's not an auditor for the IRS.
Fans of conspiracy theory will revel in the author's brutally blunt questions and hyper-logical deductions concerning transparent distortions supposedly perpetrated by the federal government and allied organizations: Did the 1993 Mars Observer mission really get lost? Does cold fusion overthrow the First Law of Thermodynamics (and corporate interests) by creating more energy than it consumes? Could crop circles be related to the Earth's weakening magnetic field instead of pranksters? Why do highly respected American astronauts believe in UFOs? Read The Monkey and The Tetrahedron and consider the ramifications of these and other important questions. --P. Randall Cohan
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