Chris Carter apparently thinks Psi wouldn't force a fundamental reevaluation of science, but I'm not so sure about that. There's apparently lots of room for contention here given that Braude has suggested proof of Psi would bring about realizations regarding the failure of mechanistic explanations that should already be recognized, but he's also said that Psi might fit into current scientific conception. My intuition makes me think Psi being explained under materialist assumptions is highly unlikely, but I concede some variation on panpsychism might account for at least PK, Clairvoyance, ESP and Telepathy. Academic "downloading", however, seems to go beyond the ability of panpsychism to explain unless we're willing to attribute consciousness' origins to the quantum atemporal level*. *Note that would not be "proto-consciousness", but rather "full consciousness" resting withing particular particles. (I think this is what Goff is saying via his Noncompositional Panpsychism, but not 100% sure).