Letters – Vol. 43 No. 6


The Claims of Parapsychology I found the reasoning in the article “Why Parapsychological Claims Cannot Be True” (Reber and Alcock, July/August 2019) disturbingly flawed.   The first priority of a serious scientist studying parapsychology is to determine whether such phenomena actually occur—here I mean phenomena such as psychokinesis, telepathy, retrocognition, precognition, and clairvoyance. Only once …

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