The Intention Experiment: Using Your Thoughts to Change Your Life and the World by Lynne McTaggart (c) 2007, 2008
If the boundaries between philosophy and science don't interest you, don't read this book. Matter of fact, you most likely won't want to read this thread...
Experiment after experiment and study after study show the improbable (some would even say impossible) actually occurring, and when correlations are available, explanations (or speculations) about WHY certain things might happen.
If you continue, you'll find bullet points on each chapter with the occasional paragraph quoted here and there. I may even throw some of my own commentary in once in a while... though I'll try not to. ;-)
Science is a method whereby our curiosity of the universe evolves. Religion is a method which allows our view of the universe to remain stable. People who need explanations tend toward the former while people who need stability tend toward the latter. Oops. Already slipping.