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The award goes to “books in the field of parapsychology that make a significant contribution to science and to the cultural conversation about the implications of parapsychology.”
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Writing Surviving Death was far more challenging and complex than UFOs because it deals with a much broader range of varied research and a subject which is harder to pin down. Most significantly, Surviving Death included personal experiences that I never expected. Further, I was able to test some of the phenomena myself. One cannot choose to see UFOs – they come and go quickly, infrequently, and are entirely unpredictable. Both subjects point toward unsolved mysteries with profound implications for our views of life, death and the universe, and both tend to be discounted by science, regardless of the ample evidence that is available. They challenge current paradigms. This new topic is more universal than UFOs – we all die and we all lose loved ones. And many of us, perhaps all of us if we’re honest, want to know what happens after we die.