Here’s what people are saying about Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps
UrbanSurvival.com puts Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps on its “Must Read List”
3 Nov 08 – “Darwin’s theory of evolution was wrong, but not for the reason that you think…. Robert Felix is no flake…. Read his new book, Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps…. It is incredible reading.”
See entire endorsement: UrbanSurvival’s “Must Read List”
Bookviews.com puts Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps at top of their “Picks of the Month”
2 Nov 08 – “By far one of the most extraordinary books about a scientific phenomenon to come along in a long time is Robert W. Felix’s Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps.
See entire review: Bookviews Top of the List
Lightning in my brain
3 Sep 11 – Validation for my evolution/magnetic-reversal theories from Dr. S. C. Tsakas in Athens, who has published on the link between magnetic reversals and evolution.
Darwin Got it Wrong and It’s Not What You’re Thinking
23 Nov 08 – Here’s a commentary about Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps written by Alan Caruba. I’m both humbled by it and proud at the same time. I hope you’ll forward this article to your friends.
See Darwin Got it Wrong and It’s Not What You’re Thinking
MENSA Bulletin, the magazine of American MENSA,
reviews Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps
18 Aug 09 – “At last, here’s a probable explanation of those
“missing links — there aren’t any.”
See MENSA Bulletin reviews Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps
Utterly brilliant - Explains what’s behind Velikovsky’s work
I just want to add my voice to those of your many other admiring readers.
“Magnetic Reversals” is utterly brilliant: you have pulled together so many different threads that the jigsaw of trying to understand the human situation feels like it’s nearing completion. “Reversals” even explains what’s behind Velikovsky’s work.
P.S. I just ordered some more of your books to give to friends and colleagues
– Dr. Patrick Collins, Azabu University, Japan
and Collaborating Researcher with the Institute
for Space & Astronautical Science
No missing link in the fossil record – Bravo!
I just finished your new book, Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps, – all in one sitting – and thoroughly enjoyed it! When I was at college in the 70’s, plate tectonics was fairly new and it only gave brief mention to magnetic reversals. You almost had me back in the classroom listening to my prof discussing brachiopods again! Back then I was a real thorn in his side when I continued to point out over and over how the fossils showed up fully formed, all at once, and with no missing link in the fossil record. All in all, your usage of these extremely important geological processes certainly puts many of our traditional views to the test! Bravo!
— Margaret J. McKee Huey
BS Geology, Vanderbilt
Everyone Should Read Two Books by Robert W. Felix
By Lou Guzzo
29 Aug 10 – For the truth about what is happening the world over
and the extraordinarily serious weather conditions, I am once again
moved to recommend that people in the U.S. and everywhere else
in the world look to the truth about what is happening in two of the
most important books written in this century.
See Everyone Should Read Two Books by Robert Felix
With a degree in Molecular Sciences, I have more scientific knowledge than most and..
1. This is the scariest book I have ever read!
2. Everything is backed up by a large body of evidence (great bibliography) and makes perfect sense!
3. If you haven’t ordered this book, you MUST, because Robert shows how “it” is all coming together.. right here.. right now!
Congratulations on this timely work.
Written for the average man
I’ve read both of your books and found them remarkable; with the additional plus of being written for the average man and not some lofty eggheads.
The problem is, of course, that in order for your theories to be successful, we must all die. Oh well, que sera. The sooner to present my list of grievances to God. – Jim Mileski
Magnetic Reversals is Excellent
9 Apr 10 – “I just finished your book “Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps” and found it fantastic. I really like your writing
style, and you turned a dry subject into something very exciting.
I see no doubt that you are right. – Dan Welch
See Magnetic Reversals is Excellent
Answers questions I’ve held for years about coal & oil formation –
E-mail from an engineer
26 Mar 10 – I have just finished reading “Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps” and enjoyed it very much. I found it fascinating. I have long doubted that coal was simply compressed vegetable matter. You also mention Veilkovsky, whose books I read and enjoyed half a century ago. – Bill Bowie
See Answers questions I’ve held for years about coal formation
I just finished reading “Magnetic Reversals” for the second time,
something I rarely do. I read the first copy I bought, then loaned it to
one of my friends, never to be seen again. Bought another, and don’t want to give it up. – Pete Ray
I loved both your books!! I have read them both twice!!!
– Chad Olivent
You may be right
I really enjoyed reading “Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps”; that’s a nice work; in fact, you may be right (about the theory about evolution). Concerning the oil, I have reserves, although I have also some doubts that hydrocarbon reservoirs are exclusively of organic origins.
— Dr. Dan Vladimir Nichita
Directeur de recherche au CNRS
Laboratoire des Fluides Complexes
Université de Pau, France
You deserve a Nobel prize
14 Jul 09 – After reading your book Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps I am just blown away! It has to be one of
the greatest books ever written.
You have come as close to the truth about creation and “evolution” as any man in human history. When I talk about
this subject now I finally feel like IT MAKES SENSE!!!
See You deserve a Nobel prize
NEXUS magazine (Australia) reviews
Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps
Oct 2010 – “Felix’s book is crucial to providing missing links in our understanding of natural cycles. Read it before it’s too late!”
See NEXUS magazine reviews Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps
I’ve read both of your books and I think we are in deep doodoo. Keep up the good work.”
— John Gorman
Still no transitionary fossils
Wow!!! My husband and I have read “Not by fire but by Ice” twice, and given it to numerous people. So we couldn’t wait to read “Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps.” It’s great! I was especially interested in it, because I have a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Zoology, from Sydney University, Australia.
See entire review: Never half a feather
I just could not put it down
I received the books last night. I started with “Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps”. I just could not put it down. I will need to read it many times before I can even begin to digest the depth of the knowledge it contains. I will rush through this, then race to read the next book and once both are read, I will surely come to my senses, calm down, and re-read both books.
I truly am grateful that you took the time to share this lifelong search with others. Thank you my friend.
— Joyce Federline
One of the most important books I’ve ever read
6 Jun 09 – I consider your book to be one of the most important books I’ve ever read. The books are written in such a lively style that you can easily miss the fact they are extremely important, revolutionary scientific ideas.
See Cleve Blakemore Review
Eagerly looking forward to reading it
If Magnetic Reversals… is anything like your Not By Fire book, I am eagerly looking forward to reading it.
It was your last book that got me started reading and studying alternative science a few years ago. As a lifetime truth-seeker, for years I have been bothered by mainstream science books. I always felt that the authors were too specialized, too close to their subjects to see the Big Picture, and were too entangled by monetary strings and tenured reputations to present the facts without distortion. Each scientist presents only the isolated, out of context, facts related to his specialty niche, that conform to the traditions of his peers and that won’t jeopardize his funding sources.
You, on the other hand, have two major advantages. You are a generalist that can put the pieces together to make a whole and you are not constrained by hide-bound institutions with reputations and conventional wisdom to protect. Also, you are refreshingly free of the politics of Global Warming. Junk science is bad enough. Political junk science is worse! Actually, their agenda is merely to use Global Warming as an excuse to grow Big Government to interfere in personal lives.
— Steve Corum
Book written by a nut job
I remember thinking when I first read this in your book that I’m reading a book written by a nut job. But as I do more independent research, I keep finding supporting evidence for your claims.
See Book written by a nut job
— Richard Lacaba
Email from Park Ranger in Northern Idaho
I just ordered Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps, I hope it is as good as Not by Fire but by Ice. I am a Park Ranger in Northern Idaho where we have shoveled a lot of snow so far this year and it keeps accumulating. Can’t stop dwelling on the message in your first book as I shovel and plow every day! I’m originally from Gig Harbor, Washington. I returned there this Christmas to visit family and friends and there was more snow! During the visit my mother (age 77) read Not by Fire but by Ice and was impressed. Now my son, who will be graduating from University of Hawaii with a BS this spring is reading the book. He has been on the global warming band wagon due to the nature of his studies. This will be a test to see if his mind is still open.
Thanks for your wonderful work.
— Jeff Smith
Another blockbuster of a book.
Science buff Robert Felix has done it again. Like his first book, Not by Fire but by Ice, his new entry, Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps, should be read by every person in the U.S. and the world. Bob’s new book is often scary, but its solid foundation in honest science informs us that a magnetic reversal may alter life or even extinguish it for many in the years to come. This is the real thing — what the
heavens have in store for you and me and Planet Earth.
— Lou Guzzo, author, with Dixy Lee Ray, of Trashing the Planet, and former managing editor of The Seattle Post Intelligencer
“Sheer scientific drama”
“Wow! A terrific book.” “I didn’t think Robert W. Felix could top his previous book for sheer scientific drama, but he has. Like a nuclear explosion, Felix blasts previous theories of dinosaur extinctions and other aspects of life on Earth to break through to an astonishing truth.”
— Alan Caruba, weekly commentator on climate and related issues, longtime
member of the National Association of Science Writers
“A truly stunning book about the gripping history of Planet Earth. Never again will the reader be able to claim ignorance in matters of where we came from and how it all started. Move over Darwin.”
— Hans Schreuder, analytical chemist (ret)
“Poor Darwin, after decades of being almost universally acclaimed as the genius who explained the origin of mankind and just about everything else, he’s suddenly being beat about the head by researchers unafraid of taking issue with what passes as the current wisdom.
“Now comes Robert Felix, who shows convincingly that far from evolving step by step over millions of years, when new species of life appeared, they appeared whole and entire, and they did so after their predecessors were suddenly extinguished in a series of mass extinctions. Take that, Charles Darwin.
— Philip Brennan, veteran journalist for
Newmax.com and one-time Washington
columnist (Cato) for National Review
“The ideas you put forward are important and need serious consideration. Your reasoning and research are thorough, and the preponderance of evidence strongly suggests that “something major” is going on. The sooner we truly understand it, the better off we all will
— Michael R. Cohen, Ph.D.-Applied Physics
Thanks for such an amazing book
I got it the day I sent the email asking when the book would arrive and read it that day too.
— Charity Meinhart
The long process theory of evolution just doesn’t make sense
I got your book, Magnetic Reversals, and am starting to read it, very interesting. Good work. I now will have to get your other book too, “Not by Fire but by Ice”.
I am a music teacher and performer, and have known for a long while that the long process theory of evolution just doesn’t make sense. Your book very well explains why in ways I have not encountered before.
— Marilyn Wendel
Bob, I just finished your new book. Wow. I will definitely have to
re-read it to pick up the fine points. How anyone can ignore this is
beyond me. Your sources are first rate. I do hope this opens more
minds. — Steve Hollar
Your new book rocks
Hey Robert – your new book rocks – read it in one sitting, Darwin move aside – I believe you have nailed it down – Its scary but exciting! – I check out ice age now every day – thanks for the data – I pass it around. Thanks again Robert.
— Gary Kenville
Clear, simple, compelling!
Read your book. WOW! Clear, simple, compelling! Hard now to imagine things could be otherwise. I’m sending friends to amazon.com to buy it. I hope this gets the attention it deserves.
— Tom Simpson
Amazon is okay, but I’d rather that they buy it from this website
Magnetic Reversals is a thrilling read.
Once I got into it I couldn’t put it down. However, on scientific topics my recommendation together with $1.50 will get you a cup of coffee.
— Gordon Pratt
Wow! Another great book!
Mr. Felix, just finished MR&EL and my heart is still beating fast. Loved Not by Fire.. and same with the new book. I hope you are thinking about your next book.
— Thanks, Larry Kays
One of the best books I have read in years.
Just finished Magnetic Reversals. One of the best books I have read in years.
– Arlo Streech