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Posted by Paul R. Martin on December 22, 2003 17:10:53 UTC

Hi Tarvo,

Nobody knows exactly how brain works.

I agree completely. More importantly, nobody knows the more difficult case of exactly how the mind works. Yet, conventional institutional scientists are quick and adamant to claim that the functions of the mind are completely confined to the brain.

I have just started reading "The Sense of Being Stared At" by Rupert Sheldrake. I would highly recommend it to you and anyone else who is interested in the mind and in brain function. Dr. Sheldrake is a credentialed biologist but he does not buy into the conventional scientific views of the mind. As I read, I am surprised at the amount of scientific evidence for paranormal phenomena that is clearly and systematically swept under the rug by nearly all scientists.

I think we are overdue for a major paradigm shift here.

Warm regards,


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