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Review: Science Friction: Where the Known Meets the Unknown

User Review  - Patrick Ellard - Goodreads

Science Friction, written by prominent scientist and skeptic Michael Shermer is more of a collection of 14 essays about various subjects than a typical popular science book. The essay topics ... Read full review

Review: Science Friction: Where the Known Meets the Unknown

User Review  - Susan Pearce - Goodreads

Given how many other books are claiming my attention, I'm not sticking with this one. Hopefully it'll earn me some good credit at Arty Bees. I was seduced into buying it by his first excellent chapter ... Read full review

Review: Science Friction: Where the Known Meets the Unknown

User Review  - Jennifer - Goodreads

Many years ago, too far back to remember now, I was watching one of those shows they used to show around Halloween (and are now ubiquitous on cable) about ghosts and ghost hunting or something of that ... Read full review

Review: Science Friction: Where the Known Meets the Unknown

User Review  - Jim Good - Goodreads

A series of Shermers essays written and published elsewhere. At its best puts thought into critics of new age spiritalism and intelligent design advocats. Can get lost as with the closing historical review of Steven Gould's life work. Read full review

Review: Science Friction: Where the Known Meets the Unknown

User Review  - Mike - Goodreads

Shermer's books are usually quite good. This particular volume is a bit of a catchall, incorporating a number of his essays into a single book but failing to find a single theme. There is a lengthy ... Read full review

Review: Science Friction: Where the Known Meets the Unknown

User Review  - Christopher Carbone - Goodreads

Variety of stories and essays that really provide the reader with a lot to think about. And on top of all that a touching essay about Shermer's mom who passed away a few years ago. It talks about how an atheist says goodbye to a loved one. It was great. Read full review

Review: Science Friction: Where the Known Meets the Unknown

User Review  - Yofish - Goodreads

Series of essays written by a leading "Skeptic." Some are interesting about philosophy of science, and some anti-non-science (like Intelligent Design). But some are just listing data that doesn't seem to go anywhere. (Really 3.5) Read full review


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