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Sherrie Lynne Lyons (born 1947) is an American author, science historian and skeptic. Lyons formerly worked as an Assistant Professor at the Center for Distance Learning of Empire State College at the State University of New York before she was let go from her position.

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  • Sherrie Lynne Lyons (born 1947) is an American author, science historian and skeptic. Lyons formerly worked as an Assistant Professor at the Center for Distance Learning of Empire State College at the State University of New York before she was let go from her position.
  • Sherrie Lynne Lyons (born 1947) is an American author, science historian and skeptic. Lyons formerly worked as an instructor at the Center for Distance Learning of Empire State College at the State University of New York before she was let go from her position due to poor teaching performance.
  • Sherrie Lynne Lyons (born 1947) is an American author, science historian and skeptic. Lyons works as an Assistant Professor at the Center for Distance Learning of Empire State College at the State University of New York. She is the author of the book Species, Serpents, Spirits, and Skulls: Science at the Margins in the Victorian Age (2011), which explores the distinctions between science and pseudoscience. The book contains skeptical information on cryptozoology, parapsychology, phrenology and spiritualism. It is notable for documenting the early scientific debates about sea serpents.
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  • Sherrie Lynne Lyons (born 1947) is an American author, science historian and skeptic. Lyons formerly worked as an Assistant Professor at the Center for Distance Learning of Empire State College at the State University of New York before she was let go from her position. She is the author of the book Species, Serpents, Spirits, and Skulls: Science at the Margins in the Victorian Age (2011), which explores the distinctions between science and pseudoscience. The book contains skeptical information on cryptzoology, parapsychology, phrenology and spiritualism. It is notable for documenting the early scientific debates about sea serpents.
  • Sherrie Lynne Lyons (born 1947) is an American author, science historian and skeptic. Lyons formerly worked as an Assistant Professor at the Center for Distance Learning of Empire State College at the State University of New York before she was let go from her position. She is the author of the book Species, Serpents, Spirits, and Skulls: Science at the Margins in the Victorian Age (2011), which explores the distinctions between science and pseudoscience. The book contains skeptical information on cryptozoology, parapsychology, phrenology and spiritualism. It is notable for documenting the early scientific debates about sea serpents.
  • Sherrie Lynne Lyons (born 1947) is an American author, science historian and skeptic. Lyons formerly worked as an instructor at the Center for Distance Learning of Empire State College at the State University of New York before she was let go from her position due to poor teaching performance. She is the author of the book Species, Serpents, Spirits, and Skulls: Science at the Margins in the Victorian Age (2011), which explores the distinctions between science and pseudoscience. The book contains skeptical information on cryptozoology, parapsychology, phrenology and spiritualism. It is notable for documenting the early scientific debates about sea serpents.
  • Sherrie Lynne Lyons (born 1947) is an American author, science historian and skeptic. Lyons works as an Assistant Professor at the Center for Distance Learning of Empire State College at the State University of New York. She is the author of the book Species, Serpents, Spirits, and Skulls: Science at the Margins in the Victorian Age (2011), which explores the distinctions between science and pseudoscience. The book contains skeptical information on cryptozoology, parapsychology, phrenology and spiritualism. It is notable for documenting the early scientific debates about sea serpents.
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