Scientists or non-scientists? E.G.: <<...you, scientific thinking humans can't understand humans with other abilities then you are used too??? Or are you all afraid of humans with these 'powers'???..>> This unattributed quote -- the identity of its author is irrelevent to this discussion -- bespeaks a pervasive distrust of empirically-minded persons. Why is empirical science so loved for its contributions to public health, safety, communication, and understanding of Nature and yet so hated for demonstrating the Earth is not the center of the Universe, that proof of the supernatural is still missing, or that faith is not the same thing as knowing? Why is there the fear that "the worlds Scientists, biologists and geneticist will want to take samples of you and put you in jars...placed into pickling vats,"...>> Mary Shelley created Frankenstein's monster. What was her motivationn for doing that? Throughout history, Popes have killed thousands/millions. Tribal Chieftains have, too. Governments have. Criminals have. Husbands and wives have, too. So, why aren't each of those groups as universally generalized as evil & distrustful as are "scientists"? Why are Intellectuals & non-believers always the first to die in revolutions? Who's afraid of whom?