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Spirituality
Author: Robert W. Felix
ISBN: 0964874695
Subcategory: New Age & Spirituality
Pages 254 pages
Publisher Sugarhouse Pub; 1 edition (March 1997)
Language English
Category: Spirituality
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 464
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eBook Not by Fire but by Ice: Discover What Killed the Dinosaurs...and Why It Could Soon Kill Us download

by Robert W. Felix


Forget global warming. I could not finish reading this book. 23 people found this helpful.

Forget global warming.

In simple words Robert makes so much sense about the coming Ice Age, without the scare tactics or without trying to sell you anything. I will always read anything he writes knowing I am not just reading someones doomsday scare manual. I don't know quite what to say about Not by Fire but by Ice. Felix argues that we are in a cooling trend, heading toward another ice age. I'm not quite sure what to make of it because I'm not a scientist.

Beginning with the dinosaur extinction of 65 million years ago, Not by Fire but by Ice .

Beginning with the dinosaur extinction of 65 million years ago, Not by Fire but by Ice explores th. .and Why It Could Soon Kill Us. by Robert W. Felix. The next ice age could begin any day! Next week, next month, next year, it's not a question of if, only when. One day you'll wake up-or won't wake up, rather-buried beneath nine stories of snow as the climate of Greenland descends on Canada, Britain, Norway, and most of the north. practically overnight.

The next ice age could begin any day! Next week, next month, next year, it's not a question of if, only when. It's all part of a dependable, predictable, natural cycle that returns like clockwork every 11,500 years. Book jacket Читать весь отзыв.

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The next ice age could begin any day. Beginning with the dinosaur extinction of 65 million years ago, Not by Fire but by Ice explores the relationship between mass extinctions, ice ages, and geomagnetic reversals (times when compasses would have pointed south instead of north). From the Publisher: A must-read. You'll shudder every time you see a snowflake.

Discover What Killed the Dinosaurs. Published November 1999 by Sugarhouse Publishing. Catastrophes (Geology), Extinction (Biology), Geodynamics, Glacial climates.

Robert Felix fully fleshes out the variety of data sources that justify his theories Strikes Against the Book Not By Fire But By Ice. Toward the end of the book, the author’s explanations cherry pick.

Robert Felix fully fleshes out the variety of data sources that justify his theories. He draws on studies from geology, astronomy, archeology and other sources. Mr. Felix’s book says that the global warming data that says the oceans are warming is likely due to underwater volcanic activity, not warming of the atmosphere. What becomes interesting is how some recent discoveries have verified some of the features he says exist. Strikes Against the Book Not By Fire But By Ice. Toward the end of the book, the author’s explanations cherry pick studies and data that leads to an explanation for the end of the dinosaurs that would seem extreme for a Jurassic Park sequel.

Forget global warming. The next ice age could begin any day. Beginning with the dinosaur extinction of 65 million years ago, Not by Fire but by Ice explores the relationship between mass extinctions, ice ages, and geomagnetic reversals (times when compasses would have pointed south instead of north).
Kahavor
This is not a book. It's a pamphlet fluffed up with Felix's hot air.
Kanal
It is very unfortunate that some people may go to this book searching for " off the beaten track" scientific information. This book does far more damage than good. Some basic facts of science are ignored and readers are given wrong information. For example, ionization is cause by protons colliding with atoms, the splitting of nuclei is caused by protons

, the force that keeps nuclei together is elctromagnetism, the source of solar energy is elctromagnetism, etc., to name just a few.

I could not finish reading this book. If basic scientific knowledge is ignored, what can one expect from the rest?
Malarad
This was a well researched book that paints a terrifying but survivable scenario of Earths frigid future. I would love nothing more than to refute the claims and connections made in this book for my own personal comfort, but the hundreds of references and the reputable scientists who's work he quotes and combines into this book make a convincing presentation. The constant citation of scientific work sometimes took away from the entertaining and enjoyable way Robert Felix wrote this book, but then without those hundreds of citations this book would have been a fanciful work of science fiction. Instead it is a serious combined look at many scientific studies across multiple fields which when brought together, provide proof of his thesis that an ice age is coming.
doesnt Do You
Loved this book! Not sure he's 'got it' -- but it has led me to do a lot more reading in the field. He presents VERY interesting possibilities, and really makes me want to go deeper and find out more. (Alas, his second book is ... pretty useless ... In that book -- but NOT in this one -- Felix offers really interesting and provocative tidbits -- but instead of building them out as he does in THIS book;' he announces (essentially) "and there it is!")

So, really really go read this book. Lots of great info.
Ballalune
Awesome book! The author is not a scholar, but a curious, objective, big-picture thinker. Because is is not funded by one particular academic circle, he is able to step outside the box and see similarities between scientific disciplines that cannot be connected when examined exclusively from a single discipline viewpoint. He is able to remove the political and special interest inflammatory rhetoric clouding the global issue of climate change and to demonstrate clearly how to identify the coming change. For each topic, he systematically presents each mainstream theory and then dissects it into its false and true components. Be patient, because he doesn't tie all his conclusions together until the last few chapters. Think of this book as a low-key version of the book The Coming Global Superstorm. His facts are well grounded and his conclusions are very credible.
Chinon
An architect writes a scientific treatise, gets it right and includes the data to back it up - and a lot of exclamation marks!!!! I must say that I read a lot of science so this "popular" writing style takes me a bit of getting used to.
A very interesting read. I cannot fault Felix's logic or research.
I went and bought snowshoes...
Quamar
Important read. Lots of hypothesis to consider.
Contradicting the accepted wisdom, Felix argues other long ignored forces are at work on a grand scale. Think the next ice age is far off in the remote future, nothing for us to worry about? In fact, we have the opposite problem, right? Just about the time everybody is on board with the latest bubble...stock market, housing or global warming...Pop! It's over and a lot of people are feeling pretty foolish. To dismiss him as a 'global warming skeptic' would be to totally miss his point. That's not where he's coming from. If he's right you'll want to be forewarned and give some thought to what you might do to save your family if such a thing is possible.