The paranormal vs Science on mylot

@what_now (554)
December 1, 2006 9:03pm CST
A few notes by Dr.Paul Lee The scientific process is designed to incorporate the following processes: 1)Develop a theory and therefore, predict the anticipated results; 2)Test the theory by experimentation, eliminating any possible contaminants; 3)Analyse the results and compare with theory; 4)Change the theory if agreement is not observed; 5)Repeat this flow process until good agreement is achieved between theory and experiment. The only human inputs to the above procedure are those that require intelligence (steps 1,2,4 and 5) and deduction (step 3). The paranormal world is almost exclusively human-based observations. This is crucial: the human body is a terrible judge of environmental conditions, and must, if possible, be completely divorced from the data gathering process. Humans are prone to hallucination, drunkenness, drug usage, persuasion, personal beliefs, fatigue etc., which makes any of our observations questionable. In a court of law, forensics is always placed before eyewitness testimony. What do you guys think of this? I think this is pretty amzing for more on this visit ty all for reading and sharing your opinion!
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