"...is a view of existence significantly different from the conventional religious and scientific perspectives but incorporating elements of each. According to Judeo-Christian theology, the universe was created by God, man's reason cannot comprehend the manner of its creation, and that there will be a final day of judgment. Science accepts the historicity of creation in the first law of thermodynamics. In the second law of thermodynamics science accepts both the inability of man to comprehend the creation and the finality of some future. Psience, in contrast, denies the linearity of progression from Genesis to Eschaton, asserting instead that creation is a continuous process with beginning or end, and when so recognized, a process within the reach of man's reason."
--PSIENCE: A General Theory of Existence by J.W. Nicholas p. 13
And this from PSIence: How new discoveries in quantum physics and new science may explain the existence of paranormal phenomena by Marie D. Jones, p. 200:
"What is the door between the implicate and explicate order of things? What is the one thing that stands between the normal and paranormal, the natural and the supernatural, the science and the psience?
I'll give you a hint. If you are alive and breathing...you have one."