The Scientific Impact of the Existence of Telepathic Power
John M Price PhD
jmprice at calweb.com
Sat Feb 3 18:53:38 EST 2001
In sci.psychology.theory article <Pine.LNX.4.30.0102030042230.25339-100000 at tux4.math.duke.edu> Kwok-Man Hui <kmhui at math.duke.edu> wrote:
: In China, there are many Qi-Qong practioners can radiate intense heat from
: their palms. There are well established scientific reports about these
What is 'intense'?
: facts. The lituratures are in Chinese.
: They even have already used this kind of Qi to cure some diseases or
: illness for people. This has been taken place at least for hundreds of
: years according to Chinese medical history, BUT so far no satisfactory
: scientific explanation is proposed. And needless to mention there is any
: proper scientific testing of any theory. There are lot empirical data, but
: no appealing understandable theory is made.
: Don't be narrow minded. Science is not just composed of empirical
: science only.
Sorry, but it is. That is the whole point of science.
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