by Hans Eysenck (1916-1997)
Note PG : This paper appeared in Françoise's Research Journal, 'Astro-Psychological Problems', vol. 1, No. 1 (December 1982).
Excerpt : "One of the reasons, why the CSICOP experiments failed to give acceptable results on the Mars effect, was precisely that the research was undertaken by a group of people exclusively made up of opponents of the Gauquelins' hypothesis, so that obvious safeguards, which commitee members less opposed to the Gauquelins might have suggested, were neglected." (p.29)
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