Are you talking about the website or the book? The website appears to be little more than an advertisement for the book.
Originally Posted by soupdragon2
And in their "book preview" page, they state... "One of the most difficult challenges facing independent researchers is the "peer review" system of scientific and educational institutions and media." Forgetting for the moment that peer review is probably NOT the most difficult challenge facing independent researchers, we notice that the authors of this book make this statement apparently to justify their complete avoidance of the peer review system. The claim that peer reviewers only accept views that coincide with their own really seems to be the refuge of researchers whose research program have simply failed.
If their theory was so "well researched and intelligently presented", they wouldn't have to tip-toe around the scientific community and inject their ideas into the lay community. And what's their point in doing this? Book sales? To gather fans from the gullible, lay community does little to validate the science, methinks.
Everyone is entitled to his own opinion, but not his own facts.