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Psychic Ability Claim Doesn’t Hold Up In New Scientific Experiments

March 17th, 2012 03:22 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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cold fjord writes with some stunning news from the world of science, excerpting: “A new study has failed to find evidence that psychic ability is real. Skeptics may scoff at the finding as obvious, but the research is important because it refutes a study published in a psychological journal last year that claimed to find evidence of extrasensory perception. That research, conducted by Daryl Bem of Cornell University, triggered outrage in the psychological community when the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology announced in 2010 that the paper had been accepted for publication.” Here’s a link to the academic paper.

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