Ectoplasmic Matter


A PROTEST should surely be made against the statement of the reviewer on page 111 of NATURE for July 23 that “various kinds of . . . ectoplasmic formation are facts of experience”. The number of persons, among those competent to form an opinion, who are of this belief, must be a very small minority, and tho supposed existence of ectoplasm is no more proved than that of any other psychic phenomenon.

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SWINTON, A. Ectoplasmic Matter. Nature 120, 296 (1927).

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