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Re: Repeated Extraordinary Evidence Becomes Ordinary?

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on March 9, 2001 19:29:54 UTC

No. I am suggesting that you like other "ordinary" scientists are stifling the pursuit of human remote sensing experiments by stating categorically that they cannot be true, and must be flawed, even though the few experiments already performed by reputable institutes are positive. I always thought that it the experiments that count, not the investigators preconceptions. I can claim rightnow that it is a pyschological effect that is preventing further investigations in this area. Pun intended.

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