The Real Story Of The Dead


Cultures all around the world believe in spirits that survive death to live in another realm. In fact, spirits or ghosts are among the most widely believed of paranormal phenomena.
I am not here to tell you spooky stories and scary incidents or encounters, if so there would not be any difference in me and Google. I am here to tell you why Harvard trained psychologist Doctor Gary Schwartz at the University of Arizona, said how some had uncanny ability to acquire information that could only be known to the deceased.
There basically exist three categories of people:
a) The ones who believe in spirits (Mostly ones in white sarees roaming at the stroke of midnight on the streets)
b) The ones who do not have time to believe in themselves, forget spirits.
c) And finally, the ones who probably have not thought much about this, which means if there happens a personal encounter, they may start falling in Category A.
I am writing this assuming that my readers fall in the third category.
Anyone who has ever watched the hit reality program Ghost Hunters knows that ghosts often signal their presence by interacting with electronic gadgets. Probably the best known of these devices is the EM-Meter, which measures electromagnetic energy in the environment. It becomes interesting, however, when an energy spike has no evident rationale behind it (such as an appliance or wiring being nearby). Evidence of a ghost? Not necessarily, but possibly evidence that “something” is interacting with the environment that is not easily explained away.
Someone would not completely ignore the existence in souls or spirits after referring the Ed and Lorraine Warren cases. For all who do not know them, they are American Paranormal Investigators and authors who are associated with investigating around 10,000 cases of haunting in their career.
Adobe Photoshop proved to create a disbelief among the people by forming images of ghostly figures with their friends using tricks and tools to scare their mates because after all, who doesn’t like to hear a good horror story and when it is quoted with “my personal experience” the crowd thickens.
Despite of all this fake images, videos and footage’s the 2005 Gallup poll found that 37 percent of Americans believe in haunted houses — and nearly half believe in ghosts.
It is widely claimed that Albert Einstein suggested a scientific basis for the reality of spirits. It seems like a reasonable assumption — unless you understand basic physics. The answer is very simple, and not at all mysterious. After a person dies, the energy in his or her body goes where all organism’s energy goes after death: into the environment. The energy is released in the form of heat, and transferred into the animals that eat us. There is no bodily “energy” that survives death to be detected with popular ghost-hunting devices.
As basic physics tells us that energy cannot be created or destroyed but only change form, what happens to our body’s energy when we die? Could that somehow be manifested as a ghost?
Because if you believe in ghosts, you are not alone.

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