Thomas Etter wrote:When a belief is widely held in the face of overwhelming evidence to the contrary, we call it superstition. By that criterion, the most egregious superstition of modern times, perhaps of all time, is the "scientific" belief in the non-existence of psi.
How wonderful it is to find a scientifically written book that proves, beyond any shadow of a doubt, that psychic phenomena exist. Beyond a doubt? How about exceeding chance by 1.3x10 to the power of 104 to 1? And that's the sum of 1,019 completely separate independently run experiments completed over many years by different scientists.
This book is fascinating, because it's about quantum mechanics. It seems all too many of our scientific community are not keeping up, or have their heads in the sand. I have written a precis of this book, as a basis for handling those irritating folks who claim to be rational types, and claim there is no evidence for any psi phenomena. A caveat is however in order. The magnitude of the effects measured are all but useless if we were trying to communicate. The error rate is simply far too high. But these are typical folks, randomly selected, not psychically gifted folks who have spent years honing their skill. You could not find enough such gifted folks to constitute a decent sample, I suspect.
Published in 2006 by Paraview Pocket Books. ISBN 978-1-4165-1677-4