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In my case...
Tue Jan 10, 2017 11:14am

...those details are of minimal interest because regardless of the specifics, no such evidence can prove what it's claimed it proves. That is, as a category, these incidents cannot demonstrate conclusively the existence of anything supernatural. That's not what physical evidence does, vis-a-vis supernatural claims. I've addressed that impossibility multiple times.

Basically, when one posits supernatural causality, one eliminates the possibility of antecedent physical phenomena acting as conclusive proof of any assertion about the phenomenon under examination. You've broken the chain of sequential proximate causes leading to that point.

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