A Nswer To Skeptical Critics

The two most likely objections advanced against this conception by

sceptical critics are as follows: "(1) The mental vibratory motion, or

vibratory waves, are not known to science, nor recorded on scientific

instruments such as the galvanometer. What is the rate of such

vibrations, and what is their general character? (2) Granted the

existence of such vibratory energy, or thought-waves, how and by means

of what channel does the second person receive them from the first

person? How are they registered or recorded?" These objections are

capable of being met in a scientific manner, to the satisfaction of any

fair-minded critic or investigator. We shall now give you, briefly, the

gist of the answer of science to the aforesaid objections.