Nicholas Kollerstrom, PhD, has two history of science degrees: an MA from Cambridge (1968/73) and a PhD from the University of London (1995). He was an honorary member of staff of University College London for 11 years. He has edited, authored and co-authored, i.a.: Lead on the Brain (1982), Astrochemistry (1984), The Unnecessary War (1988), The Eureka Effect (1994), Newton’s Forgotten Lunar Theory (2000), The Case Against War (2003), Galileo’s Astrology (2004), Terror on the Tube (2008), Venus, the Path of Beauty (2009).
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Breaking the Spell
2nd edition, August 2015! Breaking the Spell shows that “witness statements” supporting the human gas chamber narrative clearly clash with the available scientific data. The author juxtaposes the commonly accepted ideas about a Nazi extermination policy toward the Jews with a wide array of mostly unchallenged, but usually unmentioned evidence pointing in a quite different direction, among them most notably German radio messages from the concentration camps intercepted and decrypted by the British…