Posted: Oct 05, 2018 4:52 pm
by The_Metatron
Wortfish wrote:Many personal experiences of the paranormal are dismissed by scientists as "hallucinations". But, how can scientists objectively dismiss a subjective experience as an "hallucination" when they don't have access to what was actually witnessed. I recently saw a ghostly shadow of my recently deceased cat. Was my mind, in a state of grief, conjuring up the image or did the spirit of my late cat make an appearance? How can you determine if I experienced a neruological hallucination or a spiritual experience?

The scientific method eludes you, doesn’t it?

Set up an experiment. Repeat the result you think you experienced.

Start with demonstrating the existence of cat spirits. We can get to your perception later. Cat spirits.

Show us one.

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