The website for TIME magazine has an article called The Science Behind Psychic Phenomena. Since there is no science behind 'Psychic Phenomena' (not surprising, since there are no psychic phenomena outside what we imagine), then there really isn't much to write about in the article. So they spend time interviewing "former Harvard professor Diane Hennacy". She added nothing of substance to the conversation outside a few anecdotes and lame attempts to equate the four dimensions of space and time with a greater mystery of existence that only a few can access with their special abilities. Oh, and she tells us there's likely a gene for psychic abilities.
Her brand of woo leaves me unimpressed.