I noticed The Anomalist put a limited take (see below) on what I was really suggesting, up on their 15 December 2014 links. Fortunately if people go to my link they will read the full quote of what I equate:
"Instead it should be a strong area of focus to determine if indeed there is a valid "parapsychological" connection, whether it is about the interaction with some sort of advanced technology, or is a folly of misinterpretation or misrepresentation." The Anomalist linker seems to be implying I'm equating it all with one possibility. Clearly I am not.
As an opening gambit I'm suggesting researchers might equate with at least 3 possibilities:
- a valid "parapsychological" connection,
- the interaction with some sort of advanced technology, or
- a folly of misinterpretation or misrepresentation
I somehow don't think George Hansen would be scratching his head over this. Sure, he would probably come up with a broader range of possibilities. So could I. I would suggest there are many so-called "parapsychological" events that would fit these 3 options and more.