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Are you pulling my leg? You dismiss a peer-reviewed meta-analysis of 90 experiments, stuffed full of citations and statistics, in favour of a 'Wiki' community-edited website that mentions 4 &...

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Google the definitions. Those are the ones I'm using.
I tell you what... look up the Big Think video by Sam Harris 'The Self is an Illusion' and pay attention to what he says about ...

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"Personal experiences are often critical in the scientific method." Really? What is your definition of "often". And "critical".

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Yes, the language is way too dense for me. I hardly understood a single word. But I have no confidence in your claim that Bem's experiments have been successfully replicated.
Here are a few ...

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There's nothing wrong with invoking spooky parallels. It's the value you place on them that matters. You described entanglement as "the clincher", which suggests you put a high value...

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Good grief. I googled "replications of feeling the future" (the name of Bem's original research). It was very difficult.
3rd result is a meta-analysis by Bem and colleagues of 90...

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When I google, I get a ton of articles on how his experiments could not be replicated. Bem did replicate his own experiments, but I'm sure that's not what you mean. Give me a clue.

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You haven't addressed any points. Instantly affecting particles regardless of time and space sounds improbable, but is actual. That doesn't mean to say that ESP exists, but it means that phe...

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I addressed your point. You got clinched by a spooky parallel. If you've forgotten what a spooky parallel is, please refer to our previous conversations.

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Google. It. I'm not doing your homework for you, and I can't post links.

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This is such a naive view of science. Personal experiences are often critical in the scientific method - even Krauss has talked about that. Concepts like consciousness, pain, etc. are scientifically...

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Great. So what's the link?

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What a childish retort - you're back to your labels again to avoid addressing the points made. This is what happens when I argue with undergrads. It makes me feel old.

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L.M.G.T.F.Y
It took me about 30 seconds.

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If committing irony were an impeachable offence, this family would soon be gone.

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Ice floating in a sink results in the same water level when melted. Ice by the side of the sink will cause the level to rise as it melts and slides into the sink. Also, water expands as it gets warmer...

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The expanding metal question is not a rare question. I knew the answer because I too have come across the same question, many times. I don't remember where or when the first time was. I really don...

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You're back to spooky parallels again. Sad.

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If Bem's experirments were replicated, that changes matters. Send me a link.

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The sea level won't change. Google Archimedes' principle.

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