Here are questions by science journalist Richard Milton which he claims may challenge accepted science. 1.Excess Energy has been reproduced experimentally from Fleischmann-Pons cells in 92 research organisations in ten countries. What is the explanation of "cold fusion". 2. What is the explanation of the non-random mutation of E. coli produced experimentally by Cairns and replicated by hall? 3. What are the implications for living organisms of the discovery by Piccardi that chemical reactions in water are influenced by electromagnetic radiation? 4. What are the implications of the experimental findings of Gurwitsch replicated by Shchurin that some organisms under some circumstances appear to be able to communicate information at ultraviolet wavelengths? 5. Replicated trials have established that acupressure and acupuncture can produce repeatable physiological effects; how? If there are energy meridians in the human body, how are they mapped? What is their source? Why are we unable to detect them by convential methods? 6. Emotional states such as bereavement have been reliably shown experimentally to affect immune system functions; how? And how far? 7. How exactly does the placebo effect work? If the answer is 'suggestion' then how exactly does suggestion work? What are its limits? 8. Penfield has demonstrated experimentally that brain functions such as pattern recognition and speech are called upon alternately by some higher function which he calls merely the 'mind'. Where does this higher mental function reside? What is its connection with the brain? What are its capabilities? Has he got a case here? Or are all of these outdated debunked pseudoscience? Opinions needed.