Studies in regards to extrasensory perception have been subjected to marginalization due to a lacking of theoretical support, but not a lack of repeatable empirical evidence .
Extrasensory perception is not easily comprehensible via the traditional understandings of perception and cognition, but more comprehensive physics (i.e. quantum mechanics ) may open the door to more comprehensive ESP models.
Since the mid-19th century, experiments have been conducted in order to investigate into the nature of ESP. Today, utilizing modern experimental methods and meta-analytical techniques, despite conventional neuroscientific assumptions, ESP has been proven to exist.
Parapsychologists have, and continue to justify this conclusion via a class of homogeneous experiments reported in 108 publications and conducted (from 1974-2008), by numerous laboratories across the globe.
Subsets of the data have been subjected to six meta-analyses, showing positive effects, resulting in the provision of unequivocal evidentiary support for an independent repeatable ESP effect.
So why has this substantial empirical evidence not been mentioned on every news station and in every newspaper worldwide? ESP has eluded the acceptance of the scientific community for two primary reasons:
- The belief among the academic mainstream that that such empirical evidentiary support does not exist.
- The belief that while some evidentiary support may exist, it lacks repeatability, and therefore is not amendable to scientific inquiry.
However, these long held beliefs are misguided, as such evidence does exist and is, and has been for quite some time, repeatable.
(Adapted from the paper ” Extrasensory Perception and Quantum Models of Cognition ” by Patrizio E. Tressoldi, Lance Storm, and Dean Radin , Journal of NeuroQuantology).
(Adapted from the book “A Quantum Approach Series” by Dr. Theresa M. Kelly.)