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I've explained this multiple times.
Sat Jan 7, 2017 9:42pm

No amount of that sort of evidence can be particularly compelling to me because I don't believe it reinforces, either individually or as a whole, the assertions you make (or any assertions positing the supernatural). There are certainly perceptual phenomena occurring, etc...but I do not consider them evidence of the supernatural...and yes, I've read your posts claiming that they are, so don't trouble yourself to repeat those arguments (at least not for my sake). Physical evidence, whether empirical, observational, or what-have-you, can never demonstrate the supernatural, by the very definition of the latter. Without demonstrable causality, one is left with inescapable post hoc, ergo propter hoc fallacy when attempting to attribute proximate cause.

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