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Superminds: An Enquiry into the Paranormal

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A scientist looks at the Geller metal-bending phenomenon and the paranormal.
183 pages
Published 1975 by The Viking Press
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“One clear observation of Geller in action had an overpowering effect on me. I felt as if the whole framework with which I viewed the world had suddenly been destroyed. I seemed very naked an vulnerable, surrounded by a hostile iniverse. It was many days before I was able to come to terms with this sensation. Some of my collegues have even declined to face up to the problem by refusing to attend the demonstrations of such strange phenomena. That is a perfectly understandable position, but one that does not augur well for the future of science.” 1 likes
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