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I didn't mean to abuse your calling, only emphasise the problem psi phenomena encounter without much of a theoretical niche.

In contrast I would wonder how Brownian motion would be regarded had it first been attributed to spirits? Would great pains have been taken to establish that it did not occur?

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Parapsychology and comparative levels of evidence 285 Me 02-Apr-08 01:40
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Re: Parapsychology and comparative levels of evidence 142 Me 03-Apr-08 00:46
NewScientist article by Michio Kaku 118 JonnyMcA 03-Apr-08 12:18
Re: NewScientist article by Michio Kaku 111 David Billington 10-Apr-08 06:06
Re: NewScientist article by Michio Kaku 101 JonnyMcA 10-Apr-08 10:02
Re: NewScientist article by Michio Kaku 66 David Billington 10-Apr-08 18:26
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