Susan Doris Wrote:
> However, since no objective results have beenQuote
It has already been done in researches by
> scientists, the proper scientific way and written
> in many books,
> achieved, the scientists whoever they are have to
> go back to square one, and, using the scientific
> method, set up experiments which might take them
> further. If they do not, then the current
> situation is that they don't know. The knowledge
> and understanding about the functions of the brain
> will no doubt improve and come up with answers
> from a physical or chemical point of view why
> people think there is actual telepathy. They won't
> succeedd before I die, that's for sure!!
> And that is why you can only say truly that youQuote
but you are not into that sort. I can't
> explain what happens in my brain
> believe you know that telepathy
> Well, of course, they haven’t explained – itQuote
And even the scientists who did the
> telepathy experiments over many years have not
> explained how it works.
> didn’t work above the levels of chance. So
> Neither; but if you say you ‘know’ somethingQuote
so you are left with calling me either a
> liar or a dreamer.
> in a discussion like this, it’s the wording that
> can mislead.
> That is the only logical conclusion to make atQuote
Einstein said we have to assume something,
> and you prefer to assume telepathy does not exist.
> And I absolutely guarantee that you have notQuote
I don't assume about it, I have used it
> many times, so I have the knowledge.
> recorded every single time you have tried it
> whether it was a hit or a miss!!