Robert A. Baker is professor of psychology emeritus, University of Kentucky, Lexington.
Robert Baker's reply to Rupert Sheldrake
Like many citizens, Fred Fudge reads the news during breakfast and, on rare occasions, even converses with Mrs. Fudge...
It is commonly believed that people can tell when someone is staring at them.
We’ve long known that Art Bell, night radio’s paranoid propagandist, knows how to rave and rant.
In 1994, we reported on Larry Dossey, who assured us that prayer can not only heal, but it also makes those who pray feel better
Once the concept of extraterrestrials managed to dominate the media, it was inevitable that someone would establish a taxonomy.
Historians of the next century will no doubt regard January 1996 as the period of the greatest breakthrough in all of history.
Review of The Myth Of Scientific Literacy by Morris H. Shamos
If you haven't seen "the light", then you at least have read about it or have watched the illuminated discussing it on TV.
Observers of the passing parade not so long ago used to refer to certain periods or times of the year as "the silly season."
There'd be a lot more dead and a lot fewer sick people around
"I'm onto you people and I know what you've been up to. You and your cronies will not get away with it."
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