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The Lie by Chad Kultgen
The Lie

t.magnuson, June 8, 2009

The alarming truth about the lie is there may be a significant strata of powerful people trained in prestigous schools and gaining prominent positions in society who are more interested in sensual pleasure, manipulating others and living their lie than in making the world a better place. It's a Daisy Buchanan/ Great Gatsby kind of a world. Knowing such, perhaps we should all be thankful there are enough decent and clever folks around to keep the world turning. You sure won't find there ilk here. Every character in this book is a pathological tragedy. I read the book in three days.
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Boy Electrician by Morgan Alfred P.
Boy Electrician

t.magnuson, April 11, 2009

I'm glad to see this 'classic' reissued. More emphasis needs to be placed on the 'fun' of science fundamentals for young people today.

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The Ancestor's Tale: A Pilgrimage to the Dawn of Evolution by Richard Dawkins
The Ancestor's Tale: A Pilgrimage to the Dawn of Evolution

t.magnuson, December 7, 2008

Who would Mr Dawkins be without a God to mock? The title of his new book reveals much, alluding as it does to a motley band of believers journeying to worship at Canterbury Cathedral.
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Rubicon by Lawrence Alexander
Rubicon

t.magnuson, October 28, 2008

Great book. The characters ring true. Mr Alexander's experience shows. My only problem with the book is it may not be fiction!!! Heaven help us, please.

Ted Magnuson, author, The Moses Probe
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The Assault on Reason: How the Politics of Fear, Secrecy, and Blind Faith Subvert Wise Decision Making, Degrade Our Democracy, and Put Our Country and Our World in Peril by Al Gore
The Assault on Reason: How the Politics of Fear, Secrecy, and Blind Faith Subvert Wise Decision Making, Degrade Our Democracy, and Put Our Country and Our World in Peril

t.magnuson, October 28, 2008

The saddest part of it is how blatantly 'handled' the mouthpieces of the machine are. Where are the great statesmen of Old? Ted Magnuson, author, Those Self Evident Truths, from Runnymede to Gettysburg.
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