Science: Rhine Question

It was clear last week that psychologists, physicists, mathematicians and kibitzing outsiders are beginning to line up in earnest on one side or the other of a prickly question which has already attracted wide general interest: Is Dr. Joseph Banks Rhine right, or is he wrong, in assuming that the evidence amassed by him at Duke University is sufficient to prove the existence of telepathy, clairvoyance and associated faculties of the human mind grouped under the head of "ExtraSensory Perception?"

In his field of research, which he calls Parapsychology, Dr. Rhine is the...

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