Fringe-ology by Steve Volk

Volk writes about the stranger side on life but from the perspective of neither a true believer or a skeptic. Instead he approaches all of this with the attitude of “I don’t know.” Whether interviewing a NASA astronaut-turned-mystic, a world-famous psychologist who taught about dying and decided death may not exist at all, or scientists attempting to verify what mystics have been reporting for millennia, the core of this book revolves around what it means to be human.

As someone who is skeptically open to these kinds of things what struck me most was realizing how much we *don’t* know, and the fact that scientists can be just as dogmatic and close minded as the fundamentalists of the world.