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Yellowstone Super Volcano: Remnants of a Celestial Impact: Evidence So Compelling and Powerful It Will Turn the Scientific Community on It's Head!: Volume 1 (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 30 giu 2012

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4.0 su 5 stelle So, what if?... 15 marzo 2016
Di Kim L. Taylor - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I have a degree in earth science and am a licensed professional geologist in California. I had the great fortune to read this book while I was flying from Spokane, WA to San Jose, CA, with a stop in Las Vegas, NV on a clear day. I was able to see many of the land features described by the author from a 40,000 ft view. I have also spent considerable time in Yellowstone, the Sierra Nevada mountains, Death Valley and around Las Vegas, all of which contain prominent, inexplicable features that could perhaps be better described by this theory than the mainstream textbook theories taught in American universities. During my geology studies, I never accepted the Yellowstone "hot spot" theory; always believing there was more to this story. Maybe this explains it? Clearly, further substantiating research is needed but we have to remember that continental drift was discovered by looking at a map and putting the puzzle pieces together. The author has essentially done the same thing in 3D. This definitely bears further investigation and the book is an interesting read.
2 di 2 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Very interesting read. 10 dicembre 2014
Di Ken C. - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I always enjoy books like this. Well thought out and written. Plenty of visuals to illustrate his theory with supporting geologic research. I like what Mr. McGuire is presenting to the experts: "This is my theory. Here is the evidence I feel that supports my theory. I am not the expert here, you are. Let's look into it." Remember, plate tectonics was a controversial theory until proven, the Chicxulub impact crater was controversial until found. What about Tunguska? Actually, at one time, the idea of impact craters on Earth was, in general, scoffed at, until Shoemaker found them all over the planet. Back in the 1930s, my mother was being taught that the Earth was a dying planet and that there were no active volcanos in the United States. Hah! Surprise!

In reading this book, I found myself thinking about the volcanism in northern Arizona and the lava dams across the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon over millions of years. I have wondered what would have caused this volcanism, these massive lava flows? Perhaps something I never considered: the Yellowstone impact. Perhaps something else. It's fun to think about. Isn't that what new theories are supposed to do? To make people to think, to talk, to say, "I wonder?"

I recommend you read this book. Whether you agree, disagree or sit on the fence, it is a good, enjoyable read.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Insightful and stimulating 30 luglio 2012
Di Leslie - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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The material is well presented. While Richard did not do the research, he has gathered contemporary research results, geologic surveys, and imaging in support, and gives his view in an insightful presentation that stimulates thought. I'm sure his theory will be met with cries of hearsay from the scientific community, but none the less, it all fits together and makes you sit back and think about it. In 20 years, there may be a rearranging of "scientific fact" and how data on Yellowstone is interpreted--this could be the tip of the iceberg that changes that process.

I enjoyed his presentation and the analogy that he uses to illustrate his idea--often science is guided by experiences of a layman (Read the story of how the aerospace industry developed MAC quality wings with the idea from a janitor's real life observation). Mr McGuire's book is definitely worth the price, read, and thought!
3 di 3 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle compelling and great reasearch 4 settembre 2012
Di Amazon Customer - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Mr McGuire has done what many of us would have liked to do. He took a question he had and over time and with a great amount of thought and research built a theory as to how a celestial asteroid/comet striking the earth at a certain angle could could have carved out a huge area of our planet earth. Using pictures and analysis he came up with a viable answer. He was surely helped by modern photography from space, showing scars which could have come from a very large piece of an asteroid/comet striking the surface of the earth. His analysis and the pictures surely show what could have happened. Well researched and thought out.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Excellent presentation and compelling read 23 dicembre 2013
Di RtOne - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I totally enjoyed reading Richards book. It is very apparent he put many hours of research and thought into the writing of this book. I always like to explore ideas that stretch my understanding of what I have always taken for granted as fact. Thank you Mr. McGuire for this excellent book. I highly recommend reading this book of you want to explore some very plausible theories about volcanos and their connection to meteorites.