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The Paranormal Equation, by James D. Stein

A New Scientific Perspective on Remote Viewing, Clairvoyance, and Other Inexplicable Phenomena

Reviewed by John Harney

Dr Stein is a professor of mathematics and he believes that there are truths about the natural world that nominally fall within the domain of science that might be impossible for science to discover. He thinks that some as yet undiscovered natural laws might account for some of what appear to be paranormal phenomena.

[Snip] One of the first problems he considers is how to decide what is meant by paranormal or supernatural phenomena. This is rather difficult. In the case of ghosts, for example, Stein points out that there is no scientific framework in which one can prove that there is no such thing as a ghost. If one could provide scientific proof of the reality of ghosts, they would then be regarded as natural rather than supernatural. It seems to me, though, that this introduces the idea that they could have some sort of subtle physical existence, independent of the people who see them.

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