Due to personal experience and knowledge of the experiences of others with whom I have had close relations, I have been forced to conclude that popular dictums against psychic phenomena are false, and personal inquiry revealed the falsehood of the key arguments disputing reports of it since the beginning of the popular antagonism against it in the West to the present time. I formerly had a great detail of preliminary commentary here, however, the issues require much more serious attention to detail - therefore, I have created a research project on Wikiversity: https://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Parapsychology/Sources/Steigmann
detailed discussion between myself and a person helping me occurs here: https://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/User_talk:Ben_Steigmann
In the comments, there is a dispute between myself and a counter-advocate - the material in the above two items controverts claims of his not already controverted in the dispute.
I feel that there are immense implications to this for human understanding and human potential that are squandered because of culturally conditioned bigotry against it that I will attempt to analyze later.
Aside from this, as a means of improving the personal and societal condition, I have taken up a deep interest in natural health, and very much appreciate the databases from Greenmedinfo and the Life Extension Foundation.
I have also worked on countering the historical misrepresentations levied against Linus Pauling's Orthomolecular Medicine by providing the overlooked responses of the proponents to the critics: https://archive.org/details/ReplyToApaTfr7
And I agree with him totally that optimum nutrition is the desirable medicine - if the enough work is done, it may, in accordance with his desire, as of yet become the medicine of the future.
Finally, I am beginning to delve into the work of the economic reformer Henry George, but used towards alleviating Statist excesses and ultimately something to use put towards increasing anarchy, and I desire to come up with similar forms that could challenge existing monopolies and then ultimately become anarchic in the monetary system. Adjunctive to this are some of the proposals of the anarchist Bob Black. I am also appreciative of the efforts of Michel Chossudovsky and others with the Centre for Research on Globalization, though I believe that many of the writers of that organization are duped by fallacious Marxist arguments, and that their analysis, while useful, is limited in scope. My previous posts on this site provide a perspective that is important to consider in conjunction with theirs.