In scientific research, including parapsychology, a procedure wherein neither the subject nor even the experimenter is aware of valuable key aspects of the experiment. For example, one experimenter could put a variety of photos in separate envelopes. A second experimenter would randomly choose one of the envelopes and could not have any idea of what is in the envelope. The subject would try to determine, paranormally, what is in the envelope.
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Nathan M. Hall, author of the new Path of the Moonlit Hedge.
The lowly mushroom is experiencing a celebrity moment lately.
Maybe it's because of shows like Star Trek: Discovery, which featured a...