just because it isn't visible, doesn't mean it doesn't exist.
My experience in these experiments has shown that the 'crystal
energy sensitive' are much better at formulating excuses, for what
may be interfering with their ability to detect the energy
accurately, than they are at actually detecting any energy or the
presence of any crystal (healing stone) in the area.
Why do these two statements seem related to me? Is it because, until
scientists discover a way of detecting something that satisfies the
criteria internal to their field, they refuse to believe that it
The intervening and confounding variables potentially present in any
"scientific" study that purports to disprove the existence of
psychic phenomena (and they always begin with a null hypothesis) are
immeasurable. Why don't you guys just stick to measuring the things
you can (which now include ultrasonics--and maybe black holes) and
stop trying to prove that the gods don't exist?