Answer by Feeling Mutual
Mathematics is a philosophy, not a science.
Numbers do not exist in reality.
Answer by kumorifox
Not necessarily. I think this is placed here to get a scientific take on things, as well as believer answers.
Answer by NorCalJRC
I don’t think that you have to be a believer to answer questions about the paranormal. You do however need to approach your answers with a critical mind and skeptics are really what make the paranormal so interesting.
I am a believer, I have seen enough, and conducted my own “investigations” and I know that there is something out there, something is happening… and maybe someday we’ll see what can be considered “proof”.
I think that this category is a little misplaced, many of the believers don’t really want it in the science category, and the skeptics/scientists are someone annoyed that its taking up space in here.
In any case, those who don’t believe are simply giving another perspective in a field that needs more and more every day.
Answer by TR
Well, I don’t agree about being under mental health. I think the vast majority of paranormal experiences can be explained by our senses being tricked, or perhaps fear, anxiety, faith belief, poor investigative/analytical methods, or power of suggestion. These are all typical of the normal human condition. I think mental illness can practically explain only a very tiny part of it.
I personally think that it would be well placed under “Society & Culture”. I appreciate it when scientific explanations for paranormal or parapsychological phenomenon are sought, but that seems a rarity despite being in the Science category. But the reason why Yahoo placed it here is linked below.
Answer by Fancy That
paranormal phenomena is real. It has been observed, recorded, caught on Video take and experiences by millions of people. With the advent of technology, we are now capable of detecting more and more of the elusive energies than at any time in history.
I won’t ask you to accept that ‘paranormal’ activity has any specific religious or spiritual significance (that is up to the individual to decide to for themselves). But to deny that paranormal phenomena occurs is simply not consistent with the empirical evidence that is available.
Answer by Kev
It is the job of science to go into the unknown. You are free to believe that we are born, live and die – full stop. A lot of people don’t and there are significant measurements and evidence around that something is going on. The paranormal science go beyond what we can easily see, touch, taste, smell and hear to explore the questions of a deeper reality.
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