National waste-of-time day

From www.thefaithofbritain.com:

It is a proven scientific fact that thinking about something often causes it to happen. Some call this quantum physics. Others simply call it "faith." We ask that you open your mind to joining in with a unique psychic force that will change our lives through the power of thought.

Playing fast and loose with "proven," "scientific," and "fact," don’t you think?

I also like the fact that the bio of one of the creators says:

She naturally moved from her life in the Science world to train as a healing practitioner and therapist and her psychic experiences kept heightening. Lisa now works successfully helping others to heal themselves and uses a combination of her psychic and spiritual awareness with her down to earth evidence based understanding of the consequences of our thought processes.

Isn’t that tantamount to admitting that the "psychic world" has nothing to do with science? Therefore, isn’t claiming the above "proven scientific fact" more than a bit disingenuous?

I would laugh, but all I feel is pity for the schmucks who waste their time on this nonsense.