X-Message-Number: 18090
From: "George Smith" <>
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Subject: The nature of evidence.
Date: Wed, 5 Dec 2001 12:37:51 -0800

In Message #18083, Mike Perry was kind enough to give an example of what I
am suggesting when he quoted The New England Skeptical Society,
*Encyclopedia of Skepticism and
the Paranormal*,   http://www.theness.com/encyc/Kirlian-encyc.html:

"... Phantom leaf effects, on the other hand, are very rare "

So the evidence DOES exist.

Though "rare."

How very interesting.

I understand it only requires ONE white crow to prove that not all crows are

I urge anyone who has any curiosity to get to the truth regarding this issue
to test it for themselves and not merely listen to those who promise us that
all crows are black and (to paraphrase) " ...white crows, on the other hand,
are very rare."

Just my way of trying to think logically and being open to the nature of

George Smith
Society For The Preservation Of The Observation Of White Crows.

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