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    Considering that science, all science, is based on theory, there is no such thing as "proof", only evidence, therefore, all science is pseudoscience. So this section labeled "Pseudoscience" is where one who actually studies science is more at home. A true scientist would know how difficult it is to study a universe or experiment in which we are also a variable.

    I grew up as a scientist with the education, degrees, all that foofah, but I also grew up in a world of unexplained phenomena - ha, try reconciling those contradictions. You can't. All I know is there is far more going on than our myopic sciences have yet to even imagine. Anyone who grew up knowing these contrasts in so-called reality are the only ones who can understand what I am describing, or trying to.


    You want science? After decades of research, the Alpha-Theta crossover is the closest function I can find to the link between the mind and the subconscious where psychic abilities can be enhanced/reproduced/occur. There's your "science". The experience, of course, has deeper roots not amiable to any language, spoken or written.

    I grew up with the whole gamut of Extrasensory Perception/psychic crap also learned early on not to talk about it...EVER. It's probably why I went into science, seeking answers. And without ever telling my children or even exposing them to my own experiences, their experiences they described as innocent children shocked the shi$ out of me. They could do stuff, still do, that I'd never even heard of! So I must wonder if it's inherited or maybe everyone has it? At least I wasn't so much of a scientist that I refused to listen or simply dismissed it as "pseudoscience". Even without any verified answers, at least my children did not have to grow up facing experiences/phenomena alone as I did.

    (I originally came here to share in intelligent discussion but became instantly offended by the "Pseudoscience FAQ's" section. Yep people are still mired in the past, I see.)

    Sadly, this remote, tiny little forum is the only corner relegated to discussions of such tremendous importance that only a few people of science and pseoudoscience can go to be, at best, ignored, at worst, ridiculed. This is why I've never wasted much time trying to share my studies and experiments (some conducted using brain mapping, EEGs and other sophisticated equipment at a major university) with others of the scientific world. As I approach another year of getting older, it saddens me that my research will probably sit in my files only to be destroyed when I die because our scientists have become the demigods of what exists and what does not.

    Science needs to continually search for answers, evidence of all that is in our world, our universe, other realms, dimensions and most of all in ourselves.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Yellowrose View Post
    Considering that science, all science, is based on theory, there is no such thing as "proof", only evidence, therefore, all science is pseudoscience.
    And truth isn't truth, and alternative facts are just as good as real ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yellowrose View Post
    Considering that science, all science, is based on theory, there is no such thing as "proof", only evidence, therefore, all science is pseudoscience. So this section labeled "Pseudoscience" is where one who actually studies science is more at home. A true scientist would know how difficult it is to study a universe or experiment in which we are also a variable.

    I grew up as a scientist with the education, degrees, all that foofah, but I also grew up in a world of unexplained phenomena - ha, try reconciling those contradictions. You can't. All I know is there is far more going on than our myopic sciences have yet to even imagine. Anyone who grew up knowing these contrasts in so-called reality are the only ones who can understand what I am describing, or trying to.


    You want science? After decades of research, the Alpha-Theta crossover is the closest function I can find to the link between the mind and the subconscious where psychic abilities can be enhanced/reproduced/occur. There's your "science". The experience, of course, has deeper roots not amiable to any language, spoken or written.

    I grew up with the whole gamut of Extrasensory Perception/psychic crap also learned early on not to talk about it...EVER. It's probably why I went into science, seeking answers. And without ever telling my children or even exposing them to my own experiences, their experiences they described as innocent children shocked the shi$ out of me. They could do stuff, still do, that I'd never even heard of! So I must wonder if it's inherited or maybe everyone has it? At least I wasn't so much of a scientist that I refused to listen or simply dismissed it as "pseudoscience". Even without any verified answers, at least my children did not have to grow up facing experiences/phenomena alone as I did.

    (I originally came here to share in intelligent discussion but became instantly offended by the "Pseudoscience FAQ's" section. Yep people are still mired in the past, I see.)

    Sadly, this remote, tiny little forum is the only corner relegated to discussions of such tremendous importance that only a few people of science and pseoudoscience can go to be, at best, ignored, at worst, ridiculed. This is why I've never wasted much time trying to share my studies and experiments (some conducted using brain mapping, EEGs and other sophisticated equipment at a major university) with others of the scientific world. As I approach another year of getting older, it saddens me that my research will probably sit in my files only to be destroyed when I die because our scientists have become the demigods of what exists and what does not.

    Science needs to continually search for answers, evidence of all that is in our world, our universe, other realms, dimensions and most of all in ourselves.
    Vanitas vanitatum, et omnia vanitas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by exchemist View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Yellowrose View Post
    Considering that science, all science, is based on theory, there is no such thing as "proof", only evidence, therefore, all science is pseudoscience. So this section labeled "Pseudoscience" is where one who actually studies science is more at home. A true scientist would know how difficult it is to study a universe or experiment in which we are also a variable.

    I grew up as a scientist with the education, degrees, all that foofah, but I also grew up in a world of unexplained phenomena - ha, try reconciling those contradictions. You can't. All I know is there is far more going on than our myopic sciences have yet to even imagine. Anyone who grew up knowing these contrasts in so-called reality are the only ones who can understand what I am describing, or trying to.


    You want science? After decades of research, the Alpha-Theta crossover is the closest function I can find to the link between the mind and the subconscious where psychic abilities can be enhanced/reproduced/occur. There's your "science". The experience, of course, has deeper roots not amiable to any language, spoken or written.

    I grew up with the whole gamut of Extrasensory Perception/psychic crap also learned early on not to talk about it...EVER. It's probably why I went into science, seeking answers. And without ever telling my children or even exposing them to my own experiences, their experiences they described as innocent children shocked the shi$ out of me. They could do stuff, still do, that I'd never even heard of! So I must wonder if it's inherited or maybe everyone has it? At least I wasn't so much of a scientist that I refused to listen or simply dismissed it as "pseudoscience". Even without any verified answers, at least my children did not have to grow up facing experiences/phenomena alone as I did.

    (I originally came here to share in intelligent discussion but became instantly offended by the "Pseudoscience FAQ's" section. Yep people are still mired in the past, I see.)

    Sadly, this remote, tiny little forum is the only corner relegated to discussions of such tremendous importance that only a few people of science and pseoudoscience can go to be, at best, ignored, at worst, ridiculed. This is why I've never wasted much time trying to share my studies and experiments (some conducted using brain mapping, EEGs and other sophisticated equipment at a major university) with others of the scientific world. As I approach another year of getting older, it saddens me that my research will probably sit in my files only to be destroyed when I die because our scientists have become the demigods of what exists and what does not.

    Science needs to continually search for answers, evidence of all that is in our world, our universe, other realms, dimensions and most of all in ourselves.
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