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Psychological Explanations for Seemingly Paranormal Phenomena
#11
If you had a sealed padded room, the sub woofer sound would stay in those 4 walls. You know, a ghost could walk through those walls, but sound couldn't.
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#12
(10-07-2014, 06:13 PM)Itheblaze Wrote: If you had a sealed padded room, the sub woofer sound would stay in those 4 walls. You know, a ghost could walk through those walls, but sound couldn't.

Are you an expert on padded rooms?
Belief bias occurs when we make illogical conclusions in order to confirm our preexisting beliefs. Belief perseverance refers to our tendency to maintain a belief even after the evidence we used to form the belief is contradicted.
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#13
Lol! I walked into that one. I was one of the harmless nuts. Out with general public.
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#14
We can fix that problem throwing some gamma rays instead of the sub woofer, then we would need really thick anti-radiation walls made of lead to stop it. But even that dense wall would be mostly empty and made of "nothing".

If we talk about science, don't forget that, if we compress the Earth, it would fit into a black hole of the size of a grape, so, there isn't too much matter here, all what we see like "hard" isn't that hard after all.

If we cannot trespass the wall, is because the magnetism of it's electrons is the same polarity as the magnetism of our electrons, then they reject. We cannot never touch the "wall's matter", because there's no such thing, there are only waves out there and we are made of waves too.

So, I don't see any sense in saying that one kind of waves is "real" and the other isn't just because we haven't studied it, better study it and see what it is about.
I agree with taking it from the scientific view, but not with denying what we don't know
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#15
Ahhh yes the black hole but do they actually exist? If you study them you will find more and more people admitting they do not exist. Remember science changes as it finds answers.
Belief bias occurs when we make illogical conclusions in order to confirm our preexisting beliefs. Belief perseverance refers to our tendency to maintain a belief even after the evidence we used to form the belief is contradicted.
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#16
I don't know. From what I've seen, advanced astrophysics appears to be as much as philosophy as it is science.
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#17
In the hadron collisioner in Switzerland, scientists already created a small black hole and other super dense particles, so, they exist. Scientist are discussing if they are really "black" or if they behave like the descriptions.
There are also neutron stars, in which just one coffee scoop of matter weights the same than a whole mountain, so, you won' t demonstrate that matter here is "full" because it is not.
(Science hasn' t even found where the matter is, it was suppose to be into the graviton, but when they broke it it was full of vaccium too)
All the particles are waves and that IS DEMONSTRATED, ITS A LAW OF SCIENCE. "wave - particle duality", so your materialist concept of reality is incomplete. I am sending this message through WIFI and you cannot touch, see or perceive those waves by yourself, and that doesn' t mean that they don' t exist, they are flying right in front of your nose.


The physic Nassim Haramein has developed some interesting theories about the "structure of the vaccium".
He says that, if what fills the space is 99.99999999999% "nothingness" and 0.0000000000001% "something", then, science would have to spend more time studying what the hell that "nothingness" is and how it works, instead of being so obsessioned with the 0.0000000000001%
WIFI waves have no mass, have no weight, their material value is almost zero, but they work and do something different than "nothing"
Our brains work using something called "brainwaves", and, like all the other waves, they are affected by certain frequencies that match them, that is called "tuning", so, when people see or hear ghosts, they are "tuning" some wave that might be recorded into that place, some kind of "radiation", or might be "tuning" other wave that is produced by his own brain. Either way, those "ghosts" exist in form of "waves" like all the rest of existing things in the Universe.
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