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- I think this page has been badly graffitied - Anyone who wants to make edits should discuss them and not write in big letters EDIT all over the page. I will be deleting this graffiti and the person(s) can discuss their changes properly! - KidinUK 20:58, 21 October 2007 (UTC)
Tags placed February 2010 (multiple issues)
There is no discussion here regarding the current tags placed two months ago. I agree with these tags, but can only state as such in a general way because of this lack of discussion. I am willing to make a go with this article. However, I am a somewhat apprehensive as my first attempt to do so in February was reverted with an improper explanation in that revert's comment field. I recognize there is a need for rational skepticism policing on paranormal-related articles that are frequented with New Age SPAM, but simple reverts are weighty and frustrating when considerably more time goes into edits that have content with neutral literary care.
That having been said. My first intended focus will be references as they are considered the cornerstone of credibility in an encyclopedia. - Steve3849 12:44, 14 April 2010 (UTC)
I'd like to say I'm done working on this article. Anyone willing to discuss the removal of the tags, or what the article needs still? - Steve3849 21:23, 25 April 2010 (UTC)
information cited for (2) is going to spam affiliate page.
- I just looked at (2) and see it is a cached article from the The Boston Globe. I looked at the condition of the page during the date of this post (March 16) and am assuming the concern was for a SPAM external link which has since been removed. - Steve3849talk 04:07, 25 July 2011 (UTC)
I'm now working on this page
I'm now working on this page offline, feel free to add suggestions under this comment and I'll add them in if they're of quality.
2015 Update planned
As I am working on an update for Richard Wiseman and his 2011 book Paranormality: Why we see what isn’t there, I heard a quote that might be good to include as a confirmation of the pseudoscience comments already on the page. I hope to get that update on in a few days.Kjbavaro (talk) 21:03, 28 June 2015 (UTC)