[ExI] Meta was Psi in a major science journal.

John Clark jonkc at bellsouth.net
Fri Oct 22 04:19:23 UTC 2010

On Oct 22, 2010, at 12:05 AM, Damien Broderick wrote:

> It might be retorted that quantum events are not *entirely* unexpected, although random on an individual basis, because they happen with a certain statistical frequency that can be determined by careful observation.

Yes, that has been experimentally observed. 

> So do psi events.

But that has not been experimentally observed despite the heroic efforts of many for well over a century. Some have complained that nobody can explain how psi works, but that is the least of its problems; first there needs to be a demonstration that there is something that even deserves an explanation.

  John K Clark

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