Here's a good article on psi phenomena and why the skeptics won't give up
For example here is what Dr.Dean Radin says
Skeptics like to suggest that psi researchers are influenced by a desire to justify their spiritual convictions. There must therefore be "something wrong" with parapsychology. Apart from the researchers, how do skeptics account for the widespread public belief in parapsychology? If there is no scientific evidence that psi exists, it must be mass delusion. A majority of American adults, regardless of religious conviction reported psychic experiences in a 1987 survey. But there was no evidence that they were unconsciously creating hallucinations to confirm their prior beliefs. Their persistence in the face of all the evidence prompts the question of what drives the skeptics themselves in their attempts to discredit the results of psi research, perhaps hostility to spirituality in general, or a fear that psi might be real.
Of course if psi is real which i think it is then this supports the view that the mind is more fundamental than matter.
Oh boy this winter maybe interesting it looks like a weal la nina is forming
I went to the beach yesterday i put my legs and feet in the water the water is still cold. I hoping to go the wildlife park by the end of this month. Waiting on some cooler weather because the animals don't come out much when it's hot out and humid.
My thoughts and prayers go out to all the families who lost a loved one in the Mississippi bridge collapse. http://www.guardian.co.uk/usa/story/0,,2139886,00.html?gusrc=rss&feed=networkfront
Miscellaneous musings of meager merit
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