Like Fort's previous works, Wild Talents deals with a number of anomalous phenomena and Fort's ongoing attack on scientific dogma. Though not as well known as some of his other works, Wild Talents is arguably Fort's best work. Fort's writing style and tongue-in-cheek sense of self-deprecating humor is on full display in this book. As a result, this book is generally easier to read than his earlier works.
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