~ To Death and Back
~ "X-Files" Storylines Often Based on Fact
~ Using Statistics to Test Psychic Claims
~ About Face in Time and Space
~ They Call Her Flipper
~ The Hopi Prophecy
~ Link of the Week: Philadelphia Experiment: What They Didn't Want You to Know
TO DEATH AND BACK
Many near-death experiences have similar images, themes, and characters, but each also has its own
distinctive qualities. Here are some true stories from around the Web.
"X-FILES" STORYLINES OFTEN BASED ON FACT
The truth is out there. Though it may not be in the form that many "X-Files" fans had hoped, such as
extraterrestrial visitors, several plots in Fox's sci-fi program are given scientific explanations in a new book
by one of the show's science advisors.
USING STATISTICS TO TEST PSYCHIC CLAIMS
If you ever thought you could visualize a distant place or could telecommunicate with others, you may not be as
crazy as you thought. Jessica Utts, a UC-Davis statistics professor, believes that through the use of scientific
analysis and statistics, she has found conclusive evidence for parapsychological activity.
ABOUT FACE IN TIME AND SPACE
Here's a thoughtful article on time travel and why it probably isn't possible, and if it's possible, it's way too
difficult to ever achieve.
THEY CALL HER FLIPPER
Just as dolphins use sonar to detect predators, Miriam Garabrant believes her healing abilities are a form of
subsonic power latent in all individuals.
THE HOPI PROPHECY
This is an informative review of the book The Truth about the Hopi millennium prophecies and the
story of some strange Hopi tablets.
LINK OF THE WEEK -- Philadelphia Experiment: What They Didn't Want You to Know
Was it a test that would have been the latest development in a long history of military camouflage: total
optical and radar invisibility? Or just an unfounded legend?
You'll find all the latest links at:
For the article "In Search of Living Dinosaurs" (http://paranormal.about.com/library/weekly/aa110899.htm),
readers were polled with the question: "How possible is it that dinosaurs still exist in remote areas of the Earth?"
are as follows:
Not at all possible.. 7%
Slightly possible... 40%
Quite possible...... 34%
Highly possible..... 17%
Don't know........... 2%
Weird photos and sounds
Paranormal Story Archive:
Weird stories that readers swear are true.
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