Originally Posted by Prog Rock Man
Those who say 'no' cannot convincingly explain why there are credible reports by credible people who say 'yes'.
A "credible report" sans supporting evidence, is not credible, imo. Just because someone normally gives great advice about things, if they suddenly state that they can fly, we don't take them at their word... we ask for evidence.
Seriously. I'll spin on a dime here the moment any verifiable, objective evidence is shown.
Until that time, there is some anecdotal reporting that for some people, maybe there is some burn in that they think they experienced/heard. But nothing I would call actual evidence. It's not that I don't think they hear it - I believe they do... do *think* they hear it. The brain is an amazing thing, and it can let us do, hear and see lots of things that are not necessarily real (placebo effect, for instance - you believe you will get better, and sometimes actually do... likewise, if you believe you will hear a difference, your brain might let you go ahead and keep on believing).
Caveat emptor, YMMV, and it's your dime to do with as you will.
Edited by liamstrain - 9/29/11 at 11:18am