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  • a critical number is reached. By generalisation it means the instant, paranormal spreading of an idea or ability to the remainder of a population once
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  • Popular Science Monthly Volume 26 March 1885  (1885)  Superstitions About the Dolphin   944115Popular Science Monthly Volume 26 March 1885 — Superstitions
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  • Popular Science Monthly Volume 25 October 1884  (1884)  Fetichism of the Bantu Negroes By Max Joseph August Heinrich Markus Buchner 648050Popular
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  • Popular Science Monthly Volume 53 August 1898  (1898)  Superstition and Magic in Cambodia By Adhmard Lecl=re 1393846Popular Science Monthly Volume
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  • Popular Science Monthly Volume 52 December 1897  (1897)  The Symbolism of Salt By Marie Goldsmith West 1391607Popular Science Monthly Volume 52 December
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  • Popular Science Monthly Volume 50 November 1896  (1896)  Popular Superstitions By Walter James Hoffman 1234988Popular Science Monthly Volume 50 November
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  • Popular Science Monthly Volume 75 November 1909  (1909)  Astronomical Superstitions By John Candee Dean 1579280Popular Science Monthly Volume 75
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  • For details on his interpretations, see the article Plant perception (paranormal) and the book The Secret Life of Plants.] Response in the Living and Non-Living
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  • Popular Science Monthly Volume 54 December 1898  (1898)  Superstition and Crime By Edward Payson Evans 1397452Popular Science Monthly Volume 54 December
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  • were both respected physicians, and William Sadler was a debunker of paranormal claims, who is portrayed as not believing in the supernatural. In 1929
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  • Popular Science Monthly Volume 50 December 1896  (1896)  Possession and Mediumship By William Romaine Newbold 1235315Popular Science Monthly Volume
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  • beliefs. Indeed, reflective thinkers are less likely to be religious and paranormal believers (e.g., Gervais & Norenzayan, 2012; Pennycook et al., 2012; Shenhav
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  • James Zwinge; Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal, Appellees. No. 93-7140 United States Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit
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  • appellee Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal. Geller contends that the district court erred when it treated a motion
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  • _Jeffrey1962American Religous Studies academic Authors of the Impossible: The Paranormal and the Sacred. Chicago, London: UChicago, 2010.Print. A preliminary
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  • supernatural powers, some secret knowledge of them, or an interest in paranormal phenomena, and does not imply satanism, evil, wrongdoing, or crime. Indeed
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  • System 612 F.2d 586 Committee for Scientific Investigation of Claims of Paranormal v. Federal Communications Commission 612 F.2d 587 Willis Shaw Frozen Express
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  • the heavenly world, descriptions of ecstatic states, even stories about paranormal gifts, are part of the mystical tradition, they are peripheral rather
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  • intended expert witnesses, including James Randi, author and investigator of paranormal claims. Instead, defendants presented only the testimony of Donald Redmond
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  • real ghost, write Hans Holm c/o New York Committee for Investigation of Paranormal Research. 140 Riverside Drive. New York. N. Y. He'll put you in touch
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