> --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "hyperbolicgeometry"
> <hyperbolicgeometry@> wrote:
> > Religion & Paranormal
> > The Transcendental Temptation: A Critique of Religion and the
> > Paranormal
> > by Paul Kurtz. Published by Prometheus Books.
> > Guide Rating -
> >+++ Once upon a time, the world was flat.
> With the passing of time and more expierience gained, it has
> become round.
> This author lacks expierience with which the paranormal becomes
> Isn't it generally agreed that people are using ten to fifteen
> percent of their brain but now we have someone saying that this or
> that expierience is not possible.
...to the extent that this is "generally agreed," it's
agreed on the basis of a misunderstanding of the findings
of early EEG research. See this article from Scientific
It's one thing to speculate that we use only 10 percent
of the brain's *potential* (although it's hard to say
how one would arrive at a specific percentage); but the
notion that we use only 10 percent of the brain itself
is simply inaccurate.
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