You've just revealed to me that when you say I'm speaking "white-noise" that you're really just not understanding what I'm saying. I'm not babbling. The Buddha recognized five orders of law, namely: Seasonal Law, Biological Law, Kammic Law, Phenomenological Law, and Psychological Law.
I know the Buddha taught in terms of Phenomenology, that is different to you saying that magic is a "force of the Phenomenological Law". What does that mean, you havent explained anything (and so it sounds just like white noise)
I share scientific research with many people that I know, and we study experiments together, and form joint-hypotheses when we're ready for that. I also introduce others to the field of study. If you haven't gotten into the field of study then you can't make heads or tails of any of the data. I don't know how to use magic to turn water into wine. I can't show that to Modern Scientists.
And as you say, you cant repeat the experiment to others internationally or share the data, accept to a small group (who seem to accept magic anyway) so its not science
Tell me then what exactly this data and hypotheses are, what effects does it have, give me an example
No, magic isn't science.
Yet you say it is
Magic is a force that can be studied scientifically, and is, by myself, and many others.
If it is a force of nature then it can be studied by anyone, concrete data can be gained through repeatable experiments and shown to others, yet this has never been the case and only those who believe in magic claim its validity while not being able to prove it to the wider community...
Don't accept whatever you don't want to accept. If you want to exclude yourself from this particular field of study on whatever grounds, then that is fine.
You havent given me any reason to assume that this field of study exists...
But if you refuse to produce the evidence with your own work, then my argument is that you shouldn't discredit the work of others.
I can discredit the work of others when they offer no hypothesis, no data, no methodology or experiments
You have no grounds to say that it isn't true. You may only say truthfully that you have no idea.
Im not actually denying, the onus is on you to prove it otherwise I have no reason to accept it
Fantasy? Why would you think that all of the people in this field of study are so deeply deluded that they play around with things to generate some sort of fantastic hypothetical force? You've never examined the whole of "magic" to find the truth that is embedded within it. Fantasy dissolves under the hyped skepticism of the field of magical study.
Lots of people can be deluded, the belief in transubstantiation proves that