This is not a scientific blog. I make observations, then try to explain them. It was when I realized science discounted the method that I used to correct my vision, so I started digging.
I like to think of it like this: if you have a ball that exists one second every hour, what would a crowd say about it? We’d have a vast majority of reports that would say that this ball did not exist at all. But we know that is not true.
So while science looks at the majority of the time, I look at that one second. The one person with autism who said eye contact gave them an electric shock. The one person that was miraculously healed from schizophrenia. The one person who says that they can change their eye color with hypnosis. While science calls them liars or unexplainable cases, I just call them interesting.