Did Adam and Eve Have Navels?

Did Adam and Eve Have Navels?

Discourses on Reflexology, Numerology, Urine Therapy & Other Dubious Subjects

Book - 2000
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Martin Gardner is perhaps the wittiest, most devastating unmasker of scientific fraud and intellectual chicanery of our time. Here he muses on topics as diverse as numerology, New Age anthropology, and the late Senator Claiborne Pell's obsession with UFOs, as he mines Americans' seemingly inexhaustible appetite for bad science. Gardner's funny, brilliantly unsettling expos#65533;s of reflexology and urine therapy should be required reading for anyone interested in "alternative" medicine. In a world increasingly tilted toward superstition, Did Adam and Eve Have Navels? will give those of us who prize logic and common sense immense solace and inspiration. "Gardner is a national treasure...I wish [this] could be made compulsory reading in every high school--and in Congress."--Arthur C. Clarke "Nobody alive has done more than Gardner to spread the understanding and appreciation of mathematics, and to dispel superstition."-- The New Criterion, John Derbyshire
Publisher: New York : W.W. Norton & Co., c2000
ISBN: 9780393322385
0393322386
Branch Call Number: 500 Gar
Characteristics: 333 p. : ill

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delfon
May 24, 2012

Another of Gardner's debunkers delight series. His logical mind twisteres are better though in:
"Aha Gothca" M.

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