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SCIENCE FRONTIERS II - MORE ANOMALIES AND CURIOSITIES OF NATURE continues the edited collection of naturally occurring anomalies and curiosities introduced by the first volume of SCIENCE FRONTIERS. This second volume presents accounts that William R. Corliss collected from scientific journals and publications published between 1994 and 2004. In this manner, Mr. Corliss hoped to "demonstrate that nature is amusing, beguiling, sometimes bizarre, and most important, liberating. This collection includes 417 illustrations and is organized in seven main areas: (1) Archeology; (2) Astronomy; (3) Biology; (4) Geology; (5) Geophysics; (6) Psychology; and (7) Chemistry, Physics, Math and Esoterica. From the metal-frosted mountains of Venus, to Michigan's Grand Traverse Stone, to classical nocturnal lights (the Hessdalen Phenomenon), the variety and richness of natural phenomena are to be seen on every page - and so are the scientific puzzles they pose.
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Book Description Sourcebook Project, 2004. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P11091555447X
Book Description Sourcebook Project, 2004. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M091555447X