>>116703539>this whole post
Dude, the fact that "this phenomena" hasn't been officially studied proves the complete opposite, that it is fucking bullshit that nobody with a gew brain cells would even take seriously. Also the fact that American soldiers still go around with short hair, there's not a single squad or even a single specialized soldier with long hair.
Overall, that artice has all indicators of a fake, and not even a good one. Hell, even 4chan used to fabricate more believable fakes, and yet here you are believing such retarded crap. There are no names, no specific dates, no numbers, pseudoscientific terms, and other such bullshit. The whole "extension of the nervous system" is also a stupid phrase without any meaning to it, constructed to sound like it means something (I guess. It's not even good as far as pseudoscience babble goes). Hairs aren't even directly connected to the nervous sytstem, you can only feel anything with them through the nerves in the skin near them. You know what similar organ actually is connected to nerves? Whiskers, in animals that have them. But whiskers aren't magic, they just sense what they touch directly.>even shit like remote viewing has plenty of official research behind it
No it doesn't. I mean, there is research, but there's not a single positive result in actual scientific research, only in bogus experiments conducted by interested parties, or even completely made up "results".
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and stay there in your brainlet enclosure, please.>>116703761
That article targets readers who are far from science, and it has a clickbait title. There is no "reproductibility crisis" in science (other than maybe in psychology, but I don't actually know much about it). When one study shows results that most other researchers can't reproduce, it just means that there were probably some errors with the original experiment, or some unaccounted effects. It happens occasionally, there's nothing special about it.