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A fresh, lively approach to the subject of pseudoscience and how it differs from genuine science. The books teaches critical reasoning skills as it probes the directions of scientific reasoning involved in such ideas as creationism, extra sensory perception, the Bermuda triangle, scientific astrology, ancient astronauts, biorhythms, and pyramid power. The text focuses on the patterns of reasoning and the assumptions of pseudoscience. This book should be of interest to degree and diploma students of philosophy, psychology and the social sciences.