Encyclopedia of Pseudoscience: From Alien Abductions to Zone Therapy
William F. Williams
Routledge, Dec 2, 2013 - Reference - 444 pages
The Encyclopedia of Pseudoscience is the first one-volume, A-to-Z reference that identifies, defines, and explains all of the terms and ideas dealing with the somewhat murky world of the ""almost sciences"". Truly interdisciplinary and multicultural in scope, the Encyclopedia examines how fringe or marginal sciences have affected people throughout history, as well as how they continue to exert an influence on our lives today. This comprehensive reference brings together: superstitions and fads that are part of popular culture, such as fortune telling; healing pr.
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