I think he sees it as something to do with the warping of space/time. I will have to find it in the book with the poet.
In the similar fashion I and thousands of others observe that telepathy happens, but nobody has yet explained how, so don't demand it of me.
So, no need to be on your high horse. Your anecdotal claims don't hold water. Telepathy is a part of life and need not all that silly trialling for years. It has been done, of course, and my own examples are quite a number, which I have written down for my own satisfaction.
Now I am going to read Upton Sinclaire's book, which Einstein thought interesting and made him think there might be something to it.
Is that on your t-shirt as one you have rejected?
Why don't you tell us about all the books you have read on paranormal subjects and rejected so we can compare and maybe discuss?
Susan Doris Wrote:
> Simple: Go to the top of a tallish building andQuote
......since you are so scientifically
> minded it should be easy for you. Prove it exists
> and is not just a dream.
> drop things. All will fall to the ground. A
> feather might first be blown around, but will land
> on the ground eventually. this is consistent and
> you can carry on doing this for years and the
> explanation of physics has not been proved wrong
> Try doing experiments in telepathy for years,
> using consistent rules and faithfully recording
> every hit and miss and what do you think the
> results will be? I think I can tell you: the hits
> and misses will be about equal and there will not
> be such a high number of hits as to make them
> That is why there is no objective information
> about telepathy. It is all anecdotal.