THE TEAM







Patrick . founder of PSINYS 

OVER 40 YEARS OF INVESTIGATING THE THE UNKNOWN.


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lORENA , OVER 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE, AND PSYCHIC,.


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NANCY 10 YEARS EXPORING THE PARANORMAL.


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        OUR INVESTIGATIONS USE SCIENCE .



             The Scientific Method

Scientific   method refers to bodies of techniques for investigating   phenomena, acquiring new knowledge, or correcting and integrating previous   knowledge. To be termed scientific, a method of inquiry must be based on   gathering observable, empirical and measurable evidence subject to   specific principles of reasoning. A scientific method consists of the   collection of data through observation and experimentation, and the   formulation and testing of hypotheses.

Although procedures vary from one field of inquiry to   another, identifiable features distinguish scientific inquiry from other   methodologies of knowledge. Scientific researchers propose hypotheses as   explanations of phenomena, and design experimental studies to test these   hypotheses. These steps must be repeatable in order to dependably predict any   future results. Theories that encompass wider domains of inquiry may   bind many hypotheses together in a coherent structure. This in turn may help   form new hypotheses or place groups of hypotheses into context.

Each element of a scientific method is subject to peer   review for possible mistakes. These activities do not describe all that   scientists do, but apply mostly to experimental sciences (e.g., physics,   chemistry). The elements above are often taught in the educational system.

Scientific method is not a recipe: it requires intelligence,   imagination, and creativity. It is also an ongoing cycle, constantly   developing more useful, accurate and comprehensive models and methods. For   example, when Einstein developed the Special and General Theories of   Relativity, he did not in any way refute or discount Newton's Principia.   On the contrary, if the astronomically large, the vanishingly small, and the   extremely fast are reduced out from Einstein's theories — all phenomena that Newton could not have   observed — Newton's   equations remain. Einstein's theories are expansions and refinements of Newton's theories, and   observations that increase our confidence in them also increase our   confidence in Newton's   approximations to them.