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The Interplay of Science Fiction and Pseudoscience

Pseudoscience and Science Fiction. By Andrew May. Springer, New York, 2017. ISBN 978-3-319-42604-4. 181 pp. Softcover, $19.99.

Although I don’t know of any specific data on the point, I suspect that there is some overlap between the science fiction fan community and the skeptical movement, at least to the extent that science fiction readers and fans are more likely to be skeptics. This being the case, Andrew May’s Pseudoscience and Science Fiction will find a welcoming audience among skeptics as well as science fiction readers. I found it a pleasure to read. It is informative, entertaining, and lots of fun.

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