That Dean Radin, a parapsychologist keeps running experiments that are not accepted by scientists, probably means there's nothing to it, and certainly does not constitute 'positive evidence'.
Journalists? Who would give them any credibility for anything?
The Nobel Committee looks at all sorts of stuff that I don't, so there's no catch-22.
Sure, I'm biased, in favor of reality. I don't mind if people like to think things, feel things, make up things, etc. but it's different is they say it's true. Like the guy who says he met or talked to the holy ghost; I sure he believes it, but not even other christians do. If you though accept his anecdote though, I don't mind, just don't try to say ghosts are real.