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Jun16-09, 07:27 AM
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Quote Quote by CRGreathouse View Post
That experience seems ordinary enough that, by chance alone, I would expect dozens* of PFers would have experienced it (father in hospital, guessed diagnosis and prognosis before learning of them).

There were very few possibilities here: you could think of lungs, intestines, stomach, or some less-likely organ; you could imagine him being fine, having a long hospital stay, or dying. A person's father might be hospitalized under similar conditions several times. It just doesn't strike me as unusual -- and it's a far cry from paranormal.

* If not hundreds. Depends on how you count them.
Yes, this one situation could be discounted base don statistical likelihood. And I would if I didn't have many other similar experiences.