Rocky Mountain Skeptics
The Rocky Mountain Skeptics have been challenging the claims of TT practitioners internationally for five years. To date, no one has presented any credible, reliable, valid evidence that a human energy field exists, much less that it can be manipulated.
After thorough evaluation of the April 1, 1998, JAMA article on therapeutic touch, the Rocky Mountain Skeptics conclude that neither the data nor the experimental design support the conclusions as stated.
If, after reading the JAMA article, you have any comments, please forward them to us. We value your opinion. We can be reached at email@example.com.
Read a detailed critique of the JAMA TT article featured in the March/April 1998 issue of the Rocky Mountain Skeptic.
Read the contextual editorial that accompanied the RMS JAMA TT article.
Read another RMS skeptical article about TT.
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