What sort of thing do you regard as being paranormal? Can you give examples? ?
- 1 month ago
Something doesn't makes sense but thinking twice its really makes sense... Its just our brain sometimes can't tell its real or not... But thinking deeply, you'll know its paranormal... Its our capability of thought of mind to think deeper than our normal daily usual routine mind setting... For example... Ghost... Is it real or not? Is it paranormal or hallucination? Thinking at a glance of outter prespective of view its just not real and hallucination just like the psychiatrist usually wrong diagnosed with Schizoprenia disease... But then, think twice... If its just a mental disease how come there are a lot of history based on evidence telling about it? Do we just ignore it until anyone of us get bitten by ghost or sucking blood type of ghost is just waiting for a new fresh blood at our veins and artery? Lol...
- Gary KLv 72 months ago
Well to be paranormal something has to be outside the scope of scientific understanding. So if there is no effect to study, it can't be reproduced, and there's no evidence for it (ie; it doesn't exist), it's paranormal.
One example would be an invisible pink unicorn.
- 2 months ago
So, did you stay in the Stone Age?
You do not know what the effects on the paranormal mean?
I tell you just one example, the word itself says: Paranormal?
What does it mean? That it is NOT Natural!
What is NOT Natural, is Spiritual, Spirits are entities of the Paranormal!
- jeffdanielkLv 42 months ago
Quantum entanglement is paranormal. Two particles are in an entangled superposition of spin. If you measure the spin of one particle, the other one instantly becomes the opposite spin, even if it is light years. No signal had time to go between them. How did it know what spin state the other particle randomly chose?
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- Anonymous2 months ago
demons ghosts God
- RWPossumLv 72 months ago
I think there are better words than "paranormal." The word "counter-intuitive" is good. It means things that go against common sense. It's usually used for things that people argue about, like ghosts. ESP, and flying saucers, but it's also used for things that have been proved true, like time dilation as described by Einstein. "Strange" is good, and plain English. Arthur C. Clarke used "strange."
There are two cults about strange things, and neither one is scientific. One says that strange things never happen. The other says that if something is strange, you can be sure it happens.