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Junior Skeptic 4: Fortunetelling
Junior Skeptic 4: The Ancient Art of Fortunetelling
For thousand of years people have tried to predict the future by studying patterns in almost anything you can imagine — from tea leaves to chicken scratches. Why do these fortunetelling systems seem to work? And, when is fake fortunetelling a criminal scam? Let’s find out!
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This issue of Junior Skeptic was originally published in Skeptic magazine 7.1 (1999).
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