An academic paper arguing that people may be able to see into the future is to be published by a respected journal, prompting anger among some American scientists.
The Journal of Personality and Social Psychology plans to print "Feeling the Future," by Professor Daryl Bem later this year, which presents what he claims is strong evidence for extrasensory perception (ESP).
Prof. Bem, of Cornell University, New York, said the results of nine experiments he had carried out on students over the past decade suggested humans could accurately predict random events.
His peer-reviewed work was described as "pure craziness" and "an embarrassment for the entire field" by scientists who allege it has serious flaws and that ESP is a myth. More>>