I'm saying that this web site took these results from a study and based a completely unsupportable statement on them, to whit:
"There's no paranormal activity of any kind."
If you read the original study cited:
the researchers make no such judgement or draw any such conclusion.
They simply state that
"The results suggest that the ECE reported here represents an unusual type of kinesthetic imagery that shares some features of previously described out-of-body experiences and some features of more typical motor imagery."
The persons at Sploid/Gizmodo that obviously want to conclude "no paranormal activity" are not using the data presented in a scientific manner.
This often happens when the prejudicially pre-disposed read a study and interpret it falsely to suit their narrow world view.
Did I make that clear?
The Sploid/Gizmodo statement is bullshit, based on perfectly valid measurements of brain activity that does not "prove" the statement in any way.
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