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M or string theories at least keep psi events out of the theoretically impossible division. One thing I would love to see is an investigation of the limitations of Psi, rather than a reconfirmation of the effect.

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Parapsychology and comparative levels of evidence 296 Me 02-Apr-08 01:40
Re: Parapsychology and comparative levels of evidence 81 Warwick 02-Apr-08 16:03
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Re: Parapsychology and comparative levels of evidence 99 Houcad 02-Apr-08 19:57
Re: Parapsychology and comparative levels of evidence 149 Me 03-Apr-08 00:46
NewScientist article by Michio Kaku 126 JonnyMcA 03-Apr-08 12:18
Re: NewScientist article by Michio Kaku 116 David Billington 10-Apr-08 06:06
Re: NewScientist article by Michio Kaku 106 JonnyMcA 10-Apr-08 10:02
Re: NewScientist article by Michio Kaku 75 David Billington 10-Apr-08 18:26
Re: Parapsychology and comparative levels of evidence 227 richarddullum 03-Apr-08 05:46
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Re: Parapsychology and comparative levels of evidence 108 JonnyMcA 03-Apr-08 10:17
Re: Parapsychology and comparative levels of evidence 130 Me 05-Apr-08 01:38
Re: Parapsychology and comparative levels of evidence 72 JonnyMcA 05-Apr-08 10:12


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