Discussion in 'UFOs, Ghosts and Monsters' started by HawkI, Aug 12, 2019.
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And what led you to believe those things?
Pardon me for being skeptical, but it wouldn't be unusual for members of the same family to share a common delusion. They live together in close quarters. One gets spooked and that can easily be passed on to the others, so that after a while everybody starts to think the place is haunted, or whatever. The suicide story adds spice, but did anybody (you) actually check whether it happened?
And this "paranormal activity" they all say they experienced - what did it consist of, exactly?
Do you believe in demons, Magical Realist? Demonic hauntings?
How would one tell the difference?
Oh, it's all explained, is it? Great!
So, how do these holograms work, exactly? What's the recording medium? What's the playback mechanism? How does an apparition affect real things to create photons of light and to move air molecules to create sound waves, exactly? Where can I read this detailed explanation that explains it all?
Yeah, I've drawn attention to this fact multiple times - that there is no mechanism proposed by which ghosts exist or interact. It might as well be leprechauns playing magic tricks; it's no less plausible.
There is no known mechanism for quantum entanglement or dark energy either. Knowledge is finite, always pushing forward to learn more and more. The fact that a theory doesn't explain everything is not a valid argument against that theory.
What theory? There is no theory of ghosts.
Keep up with the thread. See post #18.
As I said. There is no theory.
A little schooling for you: post 18 is not a theory. You should probably read up on the requirements for a theory.
LOL! Moving on..
And there's that LOL.
Translation: "I have no rebuttal, so I'll ignore it."
I believe that ghosts are quantum phenomena we are yet to understand.
Edit:- I believe that ghosts are real
Because, belief is the ultimate fundamental to life.
Right...because who ever heard of multiple eyewitnesses to a phenomenon being better evidence than just one eyewitness? Must be some mass delusion of the family. James just knows this for a fact, without even looking into any specific case. Wouldn't want the facts of the case to get in the way of his arbitrary armchair conclusion.
And you as a certified, professional psychologist and person of extraordinary ability, knows otherwise? Certainly don't want any facts getting in the way of your obsessiveness with the supernatural and paranormal now do we?
Just for fun.
Good example of this is where David Copperfield made an airplane disappear in front of 40 or so people. With that many witnesses it HAS to be real!
Only when a magician is pulling a trick on them..Not the case with family hauntings..
More great evidence for ghosts. This one is about a haunted office and the many paranormal occurrences witnessed therein:
Oh, never underestimate the ability of people in groups to deceive themselves. Consider Salem in 1692.
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