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Is telepathy and esp real? Seems that way.

Telepathy and ESP may be new, official, areas of science to explore!

Now, this is the kind of news I love to read!

Not only are supporters of the theory of ESP (Extra Sensory Perception – the transmission of information from one person to another without using any of our known sensory channels or physical interaction) coming together to push their research into the mainstream of science, but nay-sayers and skeptics are now at the point where the evidence becomes overwhelming and can no longer be ignored.

The Epoch Times  writes:

Recently, journalist Steven Volk was surprised to discover that leading skeptical psychologist Richard Wiseman has admitted that the evidence for telepathy is so good that “by the standards of any other area of science, [telepathy] is proven.” Mr. Volk goes on to write, “Even more incredibly, as I report in Fringe-ology, another leading skeptic, Chris French, agrees with him.” Mr. Volk might even be more surprised to learn that back in 1951 psychologist Donald Hebb wrote this: “Why do we not accept ESP [extrasensory perception] as a psychological fact? [The Rhine Research Center] has offered enough evidence to have convinced us on almost any other issue … Personally, I do not accept ESP for a moment, because it does not make sense. My external criteria, both of physics and of physiology, say that ESP is not a fact despite the behavioral evidence that has been reported. I cannot see what other basis my colleagues have for rejecting it … Rhine may still turn out to be right, improbable as I think that is, and my own rejection of his view is—in the literal sense—prejudice.”


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