So would you say quantum entanglement is paranormal too? Does defying scientific explanation mean it will ALWAYS defy scientific explanation? Science doesn't work like that. It doesn't have to explain every aspect of a phenomena before acknowledging it exists. In fact science is all about studying the unknown phenomenon, forming theories, and testing those theories out to see if they explain it. Energy isn't "woo". And from what we know from actually studying the paranormal, it has something to do with the manipulation of energy. What's so wooish about that? What we need is a science of anomalous phenomena. This would rely more on field research than on replicable results. We need to empirically establish the reality of such phenomena even though they are unpredictable and unknown as to their causes. That would be a great first step imo. But science DOESN'T have an explanation for all these reports of paranormal experience beyond invalidating them as delusions or false memories. Until it takes eyewitness testimony as real evidence, it won't even begin to understand what's going on here. No..I don't need to have a perfectly sound scientific explanation before admitting a phenomena exists. All I need is empiricle evidence of the phenomena, as given in photos, videos, audios, and first-hand accounts. What I offer as possible ways for science to explain such phenomena requires theoretical work by minds greater than my own. But we don't discount the whole phenomena just because we don't have a scientific explanation for it yet.