Biological Anomalies: Humans I

By: Corliss, William R.

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Ex-library. Library stamps and markings. ; Volume One only. A Fortean compilation of anomalous features of humans, compiled mostly from scientific periodicals. This is the first of 3 sourcebooks on human anomalies. This volumes covers anomalies relating to human appearance and morphology, behaviour, and talents and faculties. (The second volume on humans covers internal structure, organs, and chemistry; The third volume on humans covers human evolution as inferred from fossils and genetics. )Each kind of anomaly is given a grade from 1 to 4 indicating how well established the existence of the anomaly is, and a grade of 1 to 4 for how anomalous the phenomenon is in regard to conventional scientific explanations. Each anomaly is referenced to the literature in which it is described. 298 pages. Red cloth boards with titles in white on spine and front board. Page dimensions: 253 x 174mm. Selected contents of this volume: Neoteny in Humans; Unidentified Radiation Emissions; Kirlian Photography; Hairy Humans; Human Horns; Human Tails; Anomalous Human Odors; Behaviour and the Moon; Cyclicity of Behaviour; Periodicities in Economics; Religious Cycles; Eminence and the Planets; The Mars Effect; "Hearing" Electromagnetic Radiation; Sensing Magnetic Fields; Paradoxes of Consciousness.

Title: Biological Anomalies: Humans I

Author Name: Corliss, William R.

Categories: Other,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Glen Arm, MD, The Sourcebook Project: (1992)

ISBN Number: 0915554267

ISBN Number 13: 9780915554263

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good+ with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 14482