By: Nicolae Mazilu
The Smaragdine Table of Hermes TrismegistusYes, the Science is certainly overlooking paranormal phenomena. The reason is that these phenomena are not facts of common experience. They are, on the contrary, quite uncommon. However the basis of Science is provided by the common experience. There are...
Is the Mystery of the Bermuda Triangle Based on Fact or Fiction
By: Mr. Super
The Bermuda Triangle is a 1,140,000 sq km region of the Atlantic Ocean in which many ships and aircraft have disappeared, from situations that what nature is thought to have been capable of. Many of the incidents have been thought to be linked...
By: avante guardian
I will attempt for the SECOND time to get my view published. It seems I've managed to lose about 6 articles through the vagaries of spell checker. But I've digressed without a point made.Science is most certainly overlooking paranormal incidents. This largely due...
By: Papi Chulo
The question of whether we are alone in this universe has gone on for a long time. One can even trace it back to as far as when humans started recording history, of course we probably thought of such things before that time.Such...
By: Jean Porter
Write you PARANORMAL. Carlos Mirabelle.Materialisation: which, to those of us who don't know, is matter appearing from nowhere...Let me take you into the unusual and talented life of Carlos Mirabelle. Or Mirabelli as some prefer to call him.Brazilian, Carlos Mirabelli, celebrated modern-day...
By: Rori Gilliam
Steven Paul Jobs (born February 24, 1955) is the co-founder and CEO of Apple and was the CEO of Pixar until its acquisition by Disney. He is currently the largest Disney shareholder and a member of Disney's Board of Directors. He is considered a leading...
By: Frank Treverez
What an arrogant thought; us being alone in the Universe. When one considers the creation, rise and evolution of life on our planet, a few things should spring to mind. First might be what a wild, unlikely chain of events had to occur over the...
By: Frank Treverez
"Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence" is a phrase popularized by the late great Carl Sagan (a great book, by the way, on the debunking of pseudoscience is "A Demon Haunted World: Science as a Candle in the Wind" by Sagan. Totally changed my way of...
By: Marilyn Prever
I'd like to see scientific theories labeled either "Science One" or "Science Two," because it seems to me that there are two different activities going on under the name of Science, and the second one is getting a free ride on the reputation of...
By: Moshe ben-Avraham
The word "science" derives from the Latin "sciens", a substantive participle [verbal adjective] meaning "that which is known". Hence one encounters terms like "political science" which use science in the sense of a field of study, but such terms should be viewed as hold-overs from...

 

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