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The Skeptic Encyclopedia of Pseudoscience, Michael Shermer, Pat Linse, Eds.
Two volumes include:
- A–Z: acupuncture, alien abductions, astrology, facilitated communication, Feng Shui, hypnosis, magnetic therapy, polygraph and lie detection, prayer and healing, recovered memories, reincarnation, spiritualism, subliminal perception, Tut's curse, UFOs and dozens more.
- Case Studies: In-depth analyzes: acupuncture, alternative medicine, Atlantis, chiropractic, homeopathy, immortality, police psychics, pyramids, Satanic Ritual Abuse, science and religion, witchcraft, and many more.
- Pro and Con debate section: evolutionary psychology, memes, Race and Sports, Race and I.Q.
- Historical Documents: Animal Magnetism by Ben Franklin, A. Lavoisier; Bryan’s last evolution speech; Hume’s “Of Miracles,” Condon report on UFOs. Bibliography, Illustrated.
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