Usually, the boundary between science and science fiction is as distinct as the difference between the 6 o'clock news and "The Simpsons.
" Wherever the line blurs, you're bound to find contentious debates. One of the longest-running of these disagreements centers on dowsing, a supposed sixth sense that enables people to find underground water using a forked branch, pendulum or pair of bent wires.
There is no scientific reason why dowsing should work.
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