Are ghosts real

(ORDO NEWS) — Ghostbusters like to believe that ghosts exist. But only science and logic are the real ghost hunters.

If you believe in ghosts, you are not alone. Cultures around the world believe in spirits that have survived death and live in another realm. In fact, ghosts are one of the most widespread paranormal phenomena, with millions of people interested in ghosts and thousands reading stories about them.

The idea that the dead stay with us as spirits is very ancient. She has appeared in countless stories, from the Bible to Macbeth. It even spawned a folklore genre: ghost stories.

Many people have claimed to have tried to communicate with spirits for many centuries. For example, in Victorian England it was fashionable for high society ladies to hold séances in their living rooms after tea and donuts with friends.

In addition, ghost clubs were formed at prestigious universities, including Cambridge and Oxford, dedicated to finding ghostly evidence, and in 1882 the most famous organization, the Society for Psychical Research, was formed.

But why such a stir around this topic? After all, everyone is interested in “ghost hunting”, which is already widely distributed throughout the world.

This is largely due to Syfy’s cable TV hit “Ghostbusters”, which aired 230 episodes, but no one ever found evidence of the existence of ghosts. The show has spawned dozens of imitators, and it’s not hard to see why the show is so popular: the premise is that anyone can search for ghosts.

These vague criteria for ghostly events are part of the reason why afterlife myths are more alive than ever.

How are ghosts and science related?

One of the difficulties in scientific evaluation of ghosts is that a surprisingly wide variety of phenomena are attributed to them, from a door that closes on its own to missing keys or a cold zone in a hallway.

Many people who claim to have had a ghostly experience have not necessarily seen something that most people would recognize as a classic “ghost”. Remember that personal experience is one thing, but scientific evidence is another.

Part of the difficulty in researching ghosts is that there is no single, universally accepted definition of what a ghost is. Some believe that these are the spirits of the dead, which for some reason “get lost” on the way to the other side, while others argue that the ghosts are telepathic entities projected into the world from our minds.

Still others create their own special categories for different types of ghosts, such as poltergeists, residual ghosts, sentient spirits, and shadow people. Of course, this is all made up as speculation about different races of fairies or dragons.

In fact, there are many contradictions inherent in the concept of ghosts. For example, are ghosts material? Can they move through solid objects? There are a lot of questions – almost any statement about ghosts causes logical reasons to doubt it.

Ghostbusters use many creative and questionable methods to detect the presence of spirits, often including psychics. Virtually all ghostbusters claim to be scientists.

And this is truly believable, as they use high-tech scientific equipment such as Geiger counters, electromagnetic field (EMF) detectors, ion detectors, infrared camera detectors, and sensitive microphones.

All this inspires confidence and a vivid impression. However, none of this equipment has ever been shown to actually detect ghosts.

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Some researchers argue that the reason why ghosts have not been proven is because we simply don’t have the right technology to search for or detect the spirit world.

But this also cannot be correct: either ghosts exist and appear in our ordinary physical world, or they do not exist.

With so many major conflicting theories, and with so little scientific evidence on the subject, it’s no wonder that despite the efforts of thousands of ghost hunters on TV and elsewhere for decades, not a single conclusive proof of the existence of ghosts has been found.

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