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by Mac Tonnies

  • ISBN: 074348293X
  • Category: Religious books
  • Author: Mac Tonnies
  • Subcategory: Occult & Paranormal
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Paraview Pocket Books; 1st Edition edition (July 6, 2004)
  • Pages: 304 pages
  • FB2 size: 1826 kb
  • EPUB size: 1405 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
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Drawing on his expertise in science fiction, he uses thought experiments that provide the reader ideas and potential scenarios. Tonnies also investigates how the internet now serves an important role in the way ideas are born, evolve, die, then maybe reborn in what he calls "memespace".

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Challenging orthodox notions of humanity’s role in space, this unputdownable book effortlessly proves that to truly understand our own world, we must first understand our unsettling and enigmatic planetary neighbor. Read on the Scribd mobile app.

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Challenging orthodox notions of humanity’s role in space, this unputdownable book effortlessly proves that to truly understand our own world, we must first understand our unsettling and enigmatic planetary neighbor. Mac Tonnies was a science fiction writer, critic, and columnist.

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Reviews about After the Martian Apocalypse: Extraterrestrial Artifacts and the Case for Mars Exploration (6):
Yla
I did not realize how much influence Mac Tonnies had on how I look at the world until I read this book. His impartial and open minded approach to Mars anomaly research only hints at how he applied this philosophy in his approach to all of life. Not your typical fringe-science Believer, Mac revisits time and time again that true skepticism must be applied to more than just those things you are unsure of, but that you must constantly question those things that you are certain of, too.

A careful, thoughtful study of the possibility of ancient life on Mars and throughout the universe, Mac occasionally becomes lost in poetic license describing the decaying world of ancient Martians as he envisions their lives, or diverts on tangents that hint at his political and philosophical cornerstones. Mac was the authority on the Cyndonian anomalies, and in my opinion, one of the most credible researchers in this scorned field of study.

Like the website, sometimes Mac's descriptions of the anomalies on Mars are difficult to visualize and do not include graphic examples to help tie his words to an image. He tended to assume you understood where the points of the compass were on any particular feature he was describing. This makes After the Martian Apocalypse better suited to those who already have a firm grasp on the features he is describing. Less experienced readers will need to research the sites he discusses in order to firmly grasp the importance of the features he focuses on.
Auridora
Slow but informative .
Kulasius
To NASA's credit robotic space probes have returned thousands of fascinating images of the surface of Mars. In some of these images, certain unusual features, to some, appear to be artificial in origin, potential ancient artifacts of intelligent intervention. The growing body of evidence in support of theories of "artificiality" has been accompanied by a growing body of literature on the subject. Along with peer-reviewed journal articles and other technical papers, an excellent series of books has been published. These include Hoagland's Monuments of Mars, Carlotto's The Martian Enigmas and The Cydonia Controversy, the SPSR's The Case for the Face, and Jinks' The Monkey and the Tetrahedron to name a few. Mac Tonnies' After the Martian Apocalypse contributes significantly to this literature in that not only does he review the history of the research from his own unique perspective as others have, but also explores the possibilities and implications such a profound discovery would raise. Drawing on his expertise in science fiction, he uses thought experiments that provide the reader ideas and potential scenarios. Tonnies also investigates how the internet now serves an important role in the way ideas are born, evolve, die, then maybe reborn in what he calls "memespace". Well written, this book does very well to introduce the subject to the uninitiated while at the same time provide a thought-provoking journey into possibilities and implications for the well versed. I highly recommend the book.
Irostamore
I thought this book was just O.K. It is the third book I have read dealing with the Cydonia controversy. I've been a long time reader on Mac Tonnies website and I anxiously awaited the release of this book. After reading it i was somewhat disappointed. I am by no means an expert on this subject but I do research it quite often. Mac Tonnies seemed to write this book in a hurry, every time it started to get good the chapter would end. As i read the book i enjoyed it but had the feeling that Mac wanted to write more but lacked the knowledge of his subject manner. He also lacked any real personal theories which is what I was looking for in his book. His slamming of Hoagland was also very dissatisfying. I think he should stick to his website job or write more science fiction. My #1 recommended book on this topic is called "Cydonia, the secret chronicles of Mars", by David Flynn. His website is [...] you should check it out too. All in all this was a good read and if your at all intrested in the Cydonian Enigma than you should buy After the Martian Appocalypse. Its a cheap price and definately worth reading.
Kekinos
More than twenty years ago, the Viking I and II spacecrafts initiated an era of sensational and mysterious discoveries about the red planet. These new mass of alien information has not been fully understood nor explained satisfactorily by the mainstream scientists. How to perceive and understand alien life or even alien intelligence? Mac Tonnies showed with this book that he is one of the exponents of the so called internet micro culture of hobbyists (his words), authors and independent researchers who are successfully giving a consistent alternate vision of the Martian and many other extraterrestrial mysteries. This book is inspired, dense with a multitude of new accessible ideas and showed that it is set to become the basic introductory handbook of the next step of the human evolution. If we fail to democratically understand what is going to come, to expand our intelligence, and at the same time to preserve our good moral and feelings, we will not deserve the future, we will probably die as a technological civilization. Planet Mars is gently showing us the right way to the stars. If you want to take the red pill, read this book. Don't be afraid, the future belongs to the mind opened courageous guys.
Huston
Do you want to learn what NASA is afraid to tell us? Do you want to see what is really on Mars? You are not afraid of challenging your beliefs are you? Good! Now go purchase Mac Tonnies' exceptional book which reveals the secrets of Mars that are contained in NASA's own photographs. Not only is Mac a brilliant writer but he presents his case for the probablity of artificial artifacts on the red planet with the skill of a trial attorney. His arguments are objective and relevent - his conclusions are intelligent and logical. With Tonnies' book you will take a revealing trip to Mars - and you will go first class!

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