To me it can be stated as the following: With out regard to extraordinary issues such as parapsychology, paranormal or other extremes, "normal" human behavior is essentially unpredictable. Science is incapable of dealing with unpredictable events. Humans are also not that well equipped to deal with their own unpredictability, as well I might add. It is simply by virtue of this inability to predict in a scientific way human behavior that is refined enough to extend into the Laws of Physics that leads to this conundrum as per the OP. Having a thread title "Physics is incompatible with human behavior" would probably be a better start before considering extremes like parapsychology etc. A couple of the ways humans manage to cope with this essential unpredictability is an attribute call "Faith" and "Good will", and these attributes are considerably contentious for the scientific community until it applies to their own faith in what they are attempting to do. Thousands of years of employing the scientific method have lead to humans developing a significant degree of Faith in what they believe is going on in the inanimate "non-living" universe due to it's inherent higher degree of predictability. (no free will - for want of better terms) however when Freewill, self determination and infinite variable influences are involved unpredictability is strongly evident rendering the scientific method impotent to a significant degree. Question, claim; If physics can not adequately address normal human behavior how can it possibly expect to address unpredictable extremes associated with human behavior? As an aside: Recent human events in the world especially in the Middle east, Europe etc and the inherent unpredictability involved in Climate change have shaken that faith both in scientific and human terms.