Being an enemy of stupidity and a crusader against the credulous, we've come upon a lot of silly crap. Not just Fun Size Snickers Bar piles. Mountains of steaming horse crap. That being said, I now call your attention to The Final Theory. Yes, this guy has the "Theory of Everything". Wow. So instead of publishing this in numerous scientific journals for peer review, he writes this book. Probably because those evil scientists would ignore him - how else would they keep their jobs? All the science are belong to him!
Part I or "Are You Freaking Serious?"
On his website author Mark McCutcheon frequently requests science base itself on common sense, yet refuses to do so himself. Case in point:
Q: Light slows as it passes through water or glass, causing it to bend, but how can it return to light-speed on its own once it exits?
A: This is impossible in today's science. No object in nature can speed up of its own accord after being slowed. A bullet doesn't spontaneously speed up after it is slowed by passing through a wooden block, so how does a photon of light mysteriously return to its original speed once it exits a glassblock?
Part II or "The Game"
For those who don't get the False Analogy, here's some pretty pictures for you:
Excuse me, Mr. Creduloid?
Let's play a game of "One of These Things is Not Like the Other".
Here we go!
Ok, which one?
i KnOW, i KnOW! dA LITE!
BECOZ! i CAn'T EAT da LITE!
Ok, not really the answer I was going for...
Mr. McCutcheon, try this - drop a dead body from a plane. Have it hit or break through something at about 5000 feet. I predict that it speeds up to terminal velocity before hitting the ground. That's what science does and your woo-woo drivel doesn't.
If the entire book is filled with this shit, I see about as much need to buy it as I do paying money to have Sylvia Browne ask if I'm related to an "R".
Part III or "This is What it's Like When Woos Collide"
Now dig this. A Fundie wack-a-doo used this book as proof science can be disproven. No, really. Click the link. Back? Fascinating isn't it? This guy unintentionally (or maybe intentionally?) gave religious wackos ammunition in the "debate" over science. Except that using that ammo would be akin to throwing marshmallows at a velociraptor...
Using The Final Theory to show how science can be disproven is like saying I'll have Bugs Bunny kick your ass because you don't believe in the LORD (Praise the LORD!)
Here's what the author did not grasp: science doesn't care how something happens, be it against your common sense or not. We make observations and test our theories to make predictions. We try anything we can to make our theories not fit the data; it's falsifiable. "The Theory of Everything" ranks right up there with ID as far as being science.
The beauty of science is that it works whether you believe in it or not.