Fooled by Randomness?

Here is an interesting and ambitious article by the BBC. It tries to explain away all supernatural experiences and conspiracy theories on one theory. I’m sure the explanations given are true for many a perceived experience. But they also fall very short of explaining all such experiences and observations. I think that the information in the article can work well as a good litmus test for weeding out many reports of randomness, mistaken for the supernatural or meaningful patterns. However, When you read this article of half truths, remember these two things; 1.For many, Science is a religion, with its own set of rigid beliefs. 2.The BBC is a government owned mouthpiece, very often used for propaganda. Nice try BBC.

Link to article:

Psychology: The truth about the paranormal

Photo below: Light refracted through a glass jar filled with water.


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