That through a kind of domino effect, one in some way affects the others, or at the very least, that the admittance of ANY one of the range of traditional psi phenomenon so severely undermines the materialist paradigm, that while something like precognition may not directly offer proof of continued survival, it provides fertile ground by totally overturning the materialist background of most of what we thought we knew.
Tell me if I have this wrong. Einsteins theory of relativity, fused two dimensions previously thought of as seperate, time and space, to give us space-time.
The faster a material object travels, the more its mass increases, but the slower time moves relative to the speeding object. At the speed of light, time effectively stands still. Material objects however are vastly restricted to speeds far far below light speed, as at the speed of light, any mass it had would become infinite. But I have always thought this cannot apply to anything without mass - i.e. MIND. Mind and thought, having no physical mass, are not restricted by relativity, so can achieve faster than light movement, which would necessarily imply a moving through time.
Of course, I could be way off here these thoughts occur to me though.
This really speaks to me of the oddness of their position.
Quantum science, really does alot to jeopardise and undermine materialism, in the sense that it has revealed matter itself to be incredibly ellusive. The closer and closer they look, the less and less evidence there is of anything solidly existing that we can call matter. There are no fundamental 'Atoms' in the original meaning of the word. Quite funny that at the macro level, materialists argue the primacy of matter, and that consciousness is an epiphenomenon of their being matter in the first place, in the form of a brain - but one could quite easily argue that matter has been shown to be largely an illusion. We are really dealing with fields and forces, and looked at In this way, there is alot of room for consciousness to exist independently as a field, and to be primary in relation to matter.
This is getting interesting