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Nov 2, 2013
" If Ken has debunked 100% of the psychic claims he has tested, he was not looking for psychic powers he was looking at claims for psychic powers."

It's not my experience that sceptics work hard, except when they are trying to explain away a positive result. Then they wiggle like worms.
 
 
Mar 6, 2013
J of spades, histerik is largely right. Ken here is not a truly objective skeptic. He has been doing this too long if Dogbert's "analogy" fazes him to this extent. The test to verify the claim he investigates do not involve this wacky behavior. It could be clinically tested.
 
 
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May 19, 2011
It's simple: you test exactly what they claim.

People claim a divining rod can find hidden water. The test is simple; hide water and see if they find it. They can't with any accuracy more than random chance.

Likewise for people who claim "distance viewing" or that sort of thing.
 
 
Feb 24, 2011
All I can say is, go back and reread the comics. You're wrong.
 
 
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Jul 1, 2010
Wrong again Dogbert. If Ken has debunked 100% of the psychic claims he has tested, he was not looking for psychic powers he was looking at claims for psychic powers. Poor Ken has been working so hard that Dogbert's wacky logic has confused him. He should put the metal detector away & have a good night's sleep.
 
 
 
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