Scientists Finally Explain Why We See Ghosts
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Scientists Finally Explain Why We See Ghosts

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If you are one of the few who claim to have seen a ghost scientists may finally have the reason why! Check out today’s new spooky video that takes a look at if … .

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33 thoughts on “Scientists Finally Explain Why We See Ghosts

  1. rather than ghost, scientist should test the whole supranatural stuffs. like witchcraft. in my countries i've heard so many witchcraft. for example physical immunity. medical scientist could make an experiment about them, slice their hand with knife or something in controlled study

  2. Naw, invisible beings are definitely real. Idk what they are, but they ARE real. We believe in science, i.e. atoms, galaxies, etc. But we believe those things because people claim to have experienced/photographed them. So how then can we so easily say ghosts aren't real when the same has been done with them? By all accounts "god", "ghosts" and "aliens" should be considered scientific fact and open to serious study. Looks a lot like a pretty shady conspiracy that they aren't.

  3. For arguments sake I will categorize Ghost/Demons in the same. But they are definitely real. Don’t get me wrong, I understand and I agree with most of what the video I saying. But for those who have actual had experiences, know that is a long drawn out experience, that isn’t your “imagination”. Most of the time you want to look for reasonable explanations. But when others in the same apartment has been experiencing similar things WITHOUT talking to each other to be influenced is hard to dismiss.

    All I figured out alone is, that 1. They feed off fear. 2. They cause electrical interference (not sure if the the electrical problems lure them, or they themselves cause the electrical disturbance) 3. You ultimately have the “power” to rid them.

  4. In our relegsion it's definite the ghost r called Gen Muslims only see thim or feel thim or enquanter them some they take ur stuff through it when u r asleep or others some times they huant people and those people become crazy but if u r in there teretory like the desert an old house place with know humans because they fear them they fear Muslims especially if u have a feed back just reply

  5. I got sprayed by a restroom hose while using the toilet.

    I still don’t know why the hose went off on its own. I didn’t even flush yet, and it sprayed me, so I don’t think it was malfunctioning.

    This was at my cousin’s husband’s mom’s house. Apparently, they think it is the boy who died in a well and follow the mom home. The mom was the one who brought the boy’s body out the well and to the hospital.

    Now only she can see him.

  6. me until my mom saw my cat looking at someone that wasn't there, and then ran scared out of my room while I was at school. Even if you don't believe in ghosts, they are ther

  7. they are real I see them blue spirits, shadows, purple spirits, dark spirits. it gets cold with most of them, im very happy when blue and purple people/spirits show up. im full of dread whem the dark spirits show up, never affraid always with love. we are energy entitys borrowing a body. they are watching us. its not about this life but about a realm we cant see yet. when we leave this body we will be together again ❤

  8. Scientists need to stop trying to explain how we "see" ghosts because, still, no one really knows what happens after death or if there is some afterlife…it's not about seeing ghosts its about proving they truly exist.

  9. I'm one of those people that experience sleep paralysis. I can't move but I can see my worst fear in front of me. It's always demons. And I'm not even a Catholic. I'm Jewish.

  10. First of all "why do people believe in things that science can't prove is there"? That's an extremely flawed question. Science is an explorative process. We also can't prove why ball lightning or sky quakes happen. Doesn't mean it's not real as it's well documented. I think a lot of people almost find a new religion in science (it is after all human nature to do so). People tend to think don't believe it if science can't prove it in they same way they do with the Bible.

  11. How do you explain the people that see ghost from centuries ago when they don't even know how people from back then looked like?
    Also it has nothing to do with if you where raised believing on that stuff or not. My aunt wants to see ghost and demons so bad she flat out lies about it. But for some reason she can't see nor feel the demon in her house. Explain that.

  12. Critical thinking was intrinsic to my education as a scientist. But your way of dismissing the supernatural is as dangerous as superstitious fools who believe in anything. We are all open to hallucination but there are some things we cannot know.

  13. Also. There are some people who are more sensitive to other dimensions. I am not, I have never seen a ghost per se. Yet, I have experienced the effect of entities that were never human, which we may call, for the sake of argument ‘demons’. I had an experience with one that brought me low, and though I dismissed it at the time I was informed by others that they had encountered it after the fact. They encountered it at the same time I did. I know that I cannot prove this, but the descriptions I had from others after the event was rather interesting. Now I had not spoken of this to any of these others at the time so I was intrigued.

  14. from what ive heard sleep paralysis and hallucinations are VERY different to seeing ghosts. there was somebody who would walk our hallway at night when I was a child, even when everybody was in bed (believe me I checked)

  15. This is all well and good so far as it goes. We understand in rational thought the existence of psychosomatic appropriation and it does occur. I am a scientist, rationalist and a Christian. I do not ascribe to superstition as it is foolish. But, there are things that cannot be explained away by sceptics. I have encountered atheists who will ignore evidence to the supernatural simply because they are conditioned to ignore anything they cannot prove. But here is the thing. We are constrained to four dimensions, the fourth ‘time’ we have no control over. But we also know (scientifically) that there are 11 dimensions. So there are a whole number of variables we cannot, at this point, measure. Even the simplest mathematical proofs are beyond most folk. So how can we assume that there are not things out there that can occur though we cannot measure them now. Unfortunately the world is full of charlatans and hoaxers so I feel more comfortable with our current procedure in science because it is looking for Truth. As a man of faith it is better that we approach the universe from this perspective, but we must be mindful of the things we cannot explain. One day these things might become clear. Dismissing things out of hand is as dangerous as superstition. We must find the balance and use our imagination to push back the borders of knowledge. We must not dismiss supernatural things but put a placeholder there saying we may come back to this at a later date. Science does not progress by dismissal but by experimentation.

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