I didn't go to /x/ cause they're not bothering to bring academia into anomalies.
And I feel like there's a huge gender specificity error or reliability issue. Even in medicine, women are always likely to overexaggerate and quick to be emotional about an experience or a treatment. They're the ones who takes a drug or a supplement once and cries "Oh I can feel it works and so life changing" when it's a fucking sugar pill for placebo. And they often turn medical anecdotes into some sort of superstition like a miracle.
Most of the parapsychic females' anecdotes are incredibly detailed and they tell it with passion, which immediately makes me deny their validity.
I wish scientific instruments are used more to detect any psi output from when psychics do shit they say, instead of trying to prove if they can or not to deduce the anecdotal evidence issue and make it purely empirical.
Even in my field cellular automata and cell particle bonds can't really be explained. There's not any single evidence to know what actually holds the integrity of organism's body together, as it can just disintegrate any moment. Some say physical conscious will provides bonding of each cells all over the body and that consciousness isn't only existing in the brain axis. It might even be mild exertion of telekinetic psi force all over the body, who knows.
That's why I think autistic people like my sister can be more of a credible subject because their emotions are completely detached from their feedback. My sister may not be a precog because she can't predict any patterns without historical data, but I was kinda scared when she's able to tell any Xth number of the fibonacci sequence instantly. She'll understand any pattern and just complete it numerically without visualizing it.
I had her under standard EEG but seemed like it had lot of noise to deduce any brain anomalies and CT scan showed nothing really but just very oddly symmetric hemisphere.