Teaches readers how to tell good science from bad science. Covers an enormous range of bogus sciences and extraordinary claims. Stresses principles that help you critically evaluate outlandish claims -- and tells you why these principles are so important. Includes: explanations of 34 principles of knowledge, reasoning, and evidence that you can use to enhance your problem solving skills and sharpen your judgment; discussions of over 50 paranormal, supernatural, or mysterious phenomena; details of a step-by-step procedure for evaluating any extraordinary claim; and a detailed discussion of the characteristics, methodology, and limitations of science. Illustrated.Schick, Theodore, Jr. is the author of 'How to Think About Weird Things' with ISBN 9781559342544 and ISBN 1559342544.