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Director of Research - Defining the Role
Written on April 14, 2010, 06:19:39 PM by Brian Parsons

I have always been analytical and have survived on logic since I was a child. To many this may sound like a strength, but I was the quiet kid who sat alone and watched how others interacted. I have relied more on analysis and experience to guide me through life rather than using my gut or taking a leap of faith. I have always searched for an outlet for my analytical and logical ways other than devouring any book I could get my hands on. I never had much in the way of belief for the anomalous fields, since I had learned Parapsychology, UFOlogy, and Cryptozoology were based on guess work and random spontaneous experiences and were nothing short of junk science (with the word science used loosely).

Then, in 1996, I got my first taste of...

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Responsible Research: “Experts” in the Paranormal Field?
Written on October 20, 2009, 09:55:17 AM by Doug Kelley

“There are no experts on the paranormal” is a common sentiment among those involved in paranormal research, most notably among prominent names in the ghost hunter segment of the field. Interestingly, I personally have yet to hear the same statement from anyone in the UFO field. This expression seems to make sense and sounds so good. But does it really hold water?

Do “Experts” Know Everything?
According to the dictionary, the word “expert” is defined as “a person with a high degree of skill in or knowledge of a certain subject.”(1) Notice that the definition does not say “someone who knows everything about a certain subject.” It is clear from this definition that a person would simply need to have a “high degree of skill or knowledge of a certain subject” to be considered an “expert.”

Compare two fields of scientific study: gravity and string theory. If...

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