Quantum Leaps in the Wrong Direction: Where Real Science Ends-- and Pseudoscience Begins

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Joseph Henry Press, 2001 - Science - 226 pages
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Quantum Leaps in the Wrong Direction takes us on a tour of the most notorious instances of pseudo-science and sets the record straight.

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User Review  - Jon Allen - Goodreads

This book was enjoyable, but I definitely wasn't in the target audience. It provides a good overview on several different types of pseudoscience, but I was hoping for a more in-depth look at some of ... Read full review

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Charles M. Wynn received his B.Ch.E. at City College of New York, and his M. S. and Ph.D. at the University of Michigan. Wynn is currently a chemistry professor at Eastern Connecticut State College. Wynn co authored The Five Biggest Ideas in the World, a book about the five major scientific disciplines: physics, chemistry, astronomy, earth science, and biology.

Arthur W. Wiggins (Farmington Hills, MI) is a professor of physics at Oakland Community College in Michigan.

Sidney Harris is America's foremost science cartoonist. His illustrations have appeared in innumerable magazines, books, newsletters, ads and web sites, including "American Scientist," which has published more than 600 of his cartoons, "Science," "Discover," "Physics Today," "The New Yorker," "The Wall Street Journal," "Harvard Business," and "National Lampoon," In addition, twelve collections of his cartoons have been published including "From Ads to Cloning Labs," "You Want Proof - I'll Give You Proof," "Stress Test," "All Ends Up," and "What's So Funny About Science,

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