An exhaustive analysis of the genes of 8, ethnic Chinese has revealed subtle genetic difference in Chinese that live in northern China and those that live in southern China. A study by Liu Jianjun of the Science, Technology and Research Agency of Singapore, published in the American Journal of Human Genetics, revealed variants between the two groups that are somewhat consistent with those of historical migrations to the two regions. We don't know what these variants are responsible for. Some have clinical outcomes and influence disease development.
An Example Case of Dr. Ian Stevenson's Probably the best known, if not most respected, collection of scientific data that appears to provide scientific proof that reincarnation is real, is the life's work of Dr.
Instead of relying on hypnosis to verify that an individual has had a previous life, he instead chose to collect thousands of cases of children who spontaneously without hypnosis remember a past life.
Ian Stevenson uses this approach because spontaneous past life memories in a child can be investigated using strict scientific protocols. Hypnosis, while useful in researching into past lives, is less reliable from a purely scientific perspective.
In order to collect his data, Dr. Stevenson methodically documents the child's statements of a previous life. Then he identifies the deceased person the child remembers being, and verifies the facts of the deceased person's life that match the child's memory.
He even matches birthmarks and birth defects to wounds and scars on the deceased, verified by medical records.
Stevenson has devoted the last forty years to the scientific documentation of past life memories of children from all over the world.
He has over cases in his files. Many people, including skeptics and scholars, agree that these cases offer the best evidence yet for reincarnation. Stevenson's credentials are impeccable.
He is a medical doctor and had many scholarly papers to his credit before he began paranormal research. In order to help the reader become familiar with Dr. Stevenson's work, a Omni Magazine Interview is reprinted below.
Following the interview is a summary of one of Dr. Stevenson's most famous cases. Omni Magazine Interview with Dr. It shows yet more of the many fascinating ideas and views that Dr.
Ian Stevenson holds, as he draws from his fifty years of education and research into the foundations of human personality. The idea that some children of ages three to five not only remember a previous existence, but can identify loved ones from it, strikes most Westerners as so bizarre that it compels disbelief.
Perhaps this is why the world's foremost investigator of the phenomenon, Dr. Ian Stevenson, has attracted so little attention.Summary: MLA (Modern Language Association) style is most commonly used to write papers and cite sources within the liberal arts and humanities.
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The Minister’s Black Veil - The Minister’s Black Veil The story “The Minister’s Black Veil” is symbolic of the hidden sins that we hide and separate ourselves from the ones we love most.
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As a follow-up to Tuesday’s post about the majority-minority public schools in Oslo, the following brief account reports the latest statistics on the cultural enrichment of schools in Austria.
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