How To Fake A Moon Landing

Darryl Cunningham
3
Mar 5, 2018

This book was written to build a case for critical thinking and the scientific process. It explores homeopathy, chiropractic principles, vaccination naysayers, and deniers of evolution and climate change. The author uses a mix of his own drawings and photographs to demonstrate science denial. He sheds light on how conspiracy theories and strange beliefs get started. He also explains how large corporations manipulate data to their own advantage.

An outstanding cartoon presentation for middle school aged kids to adults. Cunningham takes on pseudo-science, global warming deniers, the anti-vaccination movement, and other whacked out notions that threaten our health and/or insult our intelligence. It's a very pro-science book and one badly needed.
 

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Olivia from Leawood Pioneer Library YAAC

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