No. 118 (essentialsaltes) wrote,
No. 118

I don't have to eat my hat

Update on the comatose Belgian man 'communicating' via FC.

"The sceptics said it was impossible – and it was."

The truth of the matter gives me no joy, but neither are things that might give me joy necessarily true.

[still curious about the rest of Laureys' results about brain function. Dr. L's earlier support for FC didn't do much for my opinion of his perspicacity, but the two claims are separate.]
Tags: science, skepticism

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