posted on Jan, 6 2013 @ 02:57 PM
Originally posted by john_bmth
Originally posted by stereologist
reply to post by syrinx2112
There are those that do complain that he charges money for his message. That is what a business does. He earns money by spreading falsehoods.
Or, to use the technical term, "fraud".
I heard Wilcox on the radio and I thought he sounded very real, his hypothesis and conclusions was clear to me. There wasn't any fluff, he was clear
what he wanted to say. But then before I purchased anything from him, I researched and though there was good and bad, I decided to read his
conclusion to his hypothesis on many topics myself. First of all, he spits other professional resumes out as part of his conclusion, i.e... Dr.
Valdimire Shmirnoff from Russia *discovered* this and that. From this point I scowered the net to try and find some of these Russian/European
Dr's/PHD's/Physicists who are mentioned in his literature.. It is hard to find these Russian/European Dr's/PHD's/Physicists...
So I do believe he comes up with hypothesis, researches and sells his findings... But also claims that a lot of this research is being suppressed,
possibly to cover his own footprints.. I bought - read and enjoyed his book. Will I buy another one D.W book? NO. because I stop when I cant take
my own research on his book any further. So do I feel duped? Not at all, I think he just needs to do some more research and allow us to trace his
steps. We are responsible for our own actions - and if duped, first one is on me and so is the second one and so on. Leave the guy alone and just
don't buy his stuff if you feel your negative findings based on your own research on him proves to be true.