Social Media Slow Down

Social media has never been great for our organizations. We have some followers across different platforms, but our reach has been small. Since we have limited resources, I have decided to focus our outreach efforts on our email lists. Going forward, you can still find my work on Facebook and LinkedIn, but Twitter will no…

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Considering the Scientific Study of Physical Mediumship

A question I have been getting a lot recently is, “Why don’t you scientifically study physical mediumship?” The short answer is that I started studying physical mediumship about ten years ago and chose to stop. I dropped the program not because I think the phenomenon isn’t real but because, due to the current limits of…

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Ghost Apps?

As often happens around this time of year, I have been getting a lot of questions about different ITC/ghost-hunting apps. While I haven’t evaluated all of them, I generally try to consider a few things: 1) What is the app actually doing? Access to the source code is a must to ensure there is no…

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CLOSED: Expanding Access to Edge Science 2022

Update June 1, 2022, Noon, PSTThe deadline for the project has passed and the project has ended. Thank you for your interest. If you would like to discuss developing future Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) programs for the Edge Sciences, please don’t hesitate to contact me at mark@psihacking.com. My sincerest thanks to everyone who help…

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Defending Psi

The term “parapsychology” and terms used to describe the experiences and phenomena it studies have caused great debate within the field. In 2018, Dean Radin, then president of the Parapsychological Association (PA), penned an article in Mindfield (the PA’s newsletter) titled, “Toward a New PA for the 21st Century,” in which he proposes a new…

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