I totally agree that the the best evidence is first person, "it happened to me
Aside/ Maureen Caudill (A TMI vet) says that she straight away teaches spoon-bending in her workshops near first thing, because it is fun, it loosens up the atmosphere for anew group, and primarily because, when the person bends the spoon, one of the thoughts that happens is "Oh Shit! I can't've
hoaxed myself! This must be real
TWC is doing the science game though, and scientists, by agreement, 'talk' to each other in carefully controlled manner. So to talk that language, to communicate effectively with other scientists, he has to do it the way it's done, with double blind, carefully thought out experiments to isolate variables, pre-defined chance cut-offs, the whole 9 yards.
Of course, if he really wants to get at it and turn on other scientists, he should just flap on over and introduce himself in NPMR. Greg Braden, Richard Hoagland, and many others would love to meet him there, I'm sure. I would go to Hoagland first, and show up in a dream. Definitely go in star-trek drag, appearing as Mr. Spock. Drive up in a Porche that also looks like the SS enterprise, and offer to take him for a ride. If he doesn't go lucid when the thing goes into warp drive, just casually remark that this is a dream, and would you like to learn some new physics stuff, etc. A great advantage to befriending Richard: He has more PMR media contacts than God.
Here's a target, Tom: http://www.enterprisemission.com/hoagland.html
And he clearly stated on Coasttocoast recently that he would love to learn about 'torsion physics', if only someone would teach him. Surely there is something
torsive to be found in NPMR...?
-just my slant,