I think there is much more in the world and in humans that we don't understand at this point. The science is a new religion and what the science doesn't believe, cannot be true. But, as we all know, the world was a pancake few hundred years ago and now it's proven to be something else. We all know that.
I mean (almost) anything is possible. I mean for the clairvoyance too. It is possible but I don't know if it really happens because I don't have the experience. But it can be possible. If I don't know, it doesn't mean that it couldn't be. If the scientist haven't proved it, it doensn't mean that it couldn't be. If the world doesn't know it or believe, it doesn't mean that it couldn't be.
"How dreadful!" cried Lord Henry. "I can stand brute force, but brute reason is quite unbearable. There is something unfair about its use. It is hitting below the intellect." ~ Oscar Wilde - The picture of Dorian Gray
I'll bet there are people on this forum who are considered to be clairvoyant, now whether they are willing to tell you or others is another matter.
I found out a person is more likely to publicly admit being sexually molested than having a psychic experience. Seems absurd at first, but when you think about it, it makes sense. The most common reaction you get from people when admitting being sexually molested is usually just sympathy, the reaction you get from claiming you had a psychic experience is volatile resistance.
but it's not widely accepted in the field of science
I really hate this type of extroverted thinking, what difference does it make on the validity of the claim if alot of people believe in it or not. If it's true then it's true regardless of how many individuals support it, going back to the flat earth story over and over, wasn't the flat earth theory the one that was widely accepted? And as we all know it was the wrong theory. Knowing this, what makes you think being widely accepted means being correct?
On another note there is another theory on our planet you guys are probably not aware of, the hollow earth theory. It seems there is a ringing bell effect on the earth when we record earthquakes. We've only drilled like what 7 miles towards the core of the earth? This would completely f up the molten core theory, so naturally there's alot of resistance.