Didn't mean to give that impression. Merely to explain how I arrived at that headline. It's very likely that paid research scientists are investigating the apparent anomalous phenomenon. Currently it works, if at all, on an unusably small scale. It is an interesting, but probably not valuable way to spend money. Especially so if a suitable explanatory theory is not produced. Then it indeed would be woo.In other words scientists acting as teachers rejected something on valid grounds aggressively is somehow the same as a scientist studying the same thing themselves when they are not acting as teachers?