There comes an occasion in everyone’s life where pseudoscience pops up. I faced such a situation this week–a question that seemed serious enough, quickly unraveled, as I did a literature review.
So, here are a few places to look when you are refuting pseudoscience!
Dr. John Kramer has a nice column he does for Analog: http://www.npl.washington.edu/av/
Q172.5 .P77 C37 2003
The skeptic’s dictionary : a collection of strange beliefs, amusing deceptions, and dangerous delusions
|Personal author:||Carroll, Robert Todd, 1945-|
|Title:||The skeptic’s dictionary : a collection of strange beliefs, amusing deceptions, and dangerous delusions / Robert Todd Carroll.|
Q172.5 .P77 W96 2001
Quantum leaps in the wrong direction : where real science ends– and pseudoscience begins
|Personal author:||Wynn, Charles M.|
leaps in the wrong direction : where real science ends– and
pseudoscience begins / Charles M. Wynn and Arthur W. Wiggins ; with
cartoons by Sidney Harris.