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Do ghosts exist? A surprising number of people believe in ghosts, or have reported experiencing paranormal phenomenon. The depiction of ghosts and spirits date back to ancient times, and are seen in almost all cultures around the world. But with new technology and advancements in science, there are a number of logical explanations for ghostly encounters. What do you think? Are people really able to make contact with the dead? Or is it all psychological phenomenon?

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A majority of the population believes in the afterlife, and that encountering a ghost is possible. Non-believers have even changed their stance after experiencing unexplained paranormal phenomenon. Believing in ghosts is not illogical, and just because you can’t explain something doesn’t mean it isn’t real.
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The theory of Energy Conservation supports the existence of ghosts

In chemistry and physics, The Law of Conservation of Energy states that energy cannot be created or destroyed, and that it can only be converted from one energy form to another. Energy is conserved over time and remains constant. This theory supports the existence of ghosts; when we die, our energy has to go somewhere.
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