Mysteries of Science by John Rowland


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London: Werner Laurie, 1955. First edition. Hardcover. 214pp. Small sticker marked to front-end paper otherwise a near-fine copy. 

In considering problems which have 'never been realistically faced by scientists', Rowland assembles the facts regarding telepathy, poltergeists, flying saucers and other phenomena of the twentieth century. There are chapters on chemistry, biology, physics, sociology and 'the unclassifiable.' Also includes a chapter on the 'shortcomings of Marxist dialecticians.'