What do you think about ESP

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Welcome to the fourth, and final, discussion. In this course you will be introduced to a topic in the discussion. The first week of the module you will write about your initial thoughts after reviewing the resources. The initial post should be at least 300 words.

During the following week you will reply to at least two of your classmates. The replies should be at least 100 words. See the discussion rubric for more details on grading.

Discussions should always be completed prior to "class." If you are in an online class or an on ground course this is prior to the lesson portion of the week. Are you ready to begin?

                    1. Read the Case: Extrasensory Perception- Pseudoscience?
                    2. Watch the Ted Talk: Todd Kuiken: A prosthetic arm that feels
                    3. Discussion
                      • Initial Post
                        • What do you think about ESP?
                        • What do you think about Kuiken’s claims?
                        • Are they the same thing?
                      • 2 Reply Posts
                        • Discuss with one person you agree with and one person you disagree with. Add references to validate your points.

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Doctor Ralph
School: UCLA



Discussion of Initial Post: Extrasensory Perception- Pseudoscience
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What do you think about ESP?
Extrasensory Perception- Pseudoscience makes one think of a sixth sense and the second
sight over information that is not recognized or gained through physical means but through the
perception of the mind. Given that it does not exist in the physical sense, it basically means that
it is not a real phenomenon. The only thought that is tenable concerning Extrasensory
Perception- Pse...

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