Well, it appears that a scientist has found evidence of people’s ability to know who’s calling them. Many of us have had that experience, but I’ve always dismissed it as a biased perception or memory (i.e., we don’t notice when we’re wrong). I haven’t read the article, but I expect some strong critiques coming out, especially given the researcher’s admitted beliefs in the phenomenon.
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