On the Plausibility of Scientific Hypotheses: Commentary on Mossbridge and Radin (2018)

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Abstract

Mossbridge and Radin reviewed psychological and physiological experiments that purportedly show time-reversed effects. I discuss why these claims are not plausible. I conclude that scientists should generally consider the plausibility of the hypotheses they test.

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