Halloween Part 2: Inaccuracies of Ghost Hunting and Can Quantum Mechanics Prove Ghosts Exist
Did you know that almost half of Americans believe in Ghosts? Are you one of those believers? Are you on the fence? Or do you need some scientific evidence to show that ghosts do, in fact, exist?
First off, in coffee and complain, Amber proves she's been weird since childhood and Jennifer proves American idioms are strange. Then let us all agree that Wolverine Watchmen is a stupid name, and that the terrorists who plotted to kidnap Governor Whitmer were dangerous, but thankfully also idiots.
On to this week’s topic: Ghosts. What is a ghost? Are they a Swedish rock band or the spirit of a dead person or animal that can appear to the living? Note this episode is on the latter. The belief in ghosts is widespread, dating back to animism or ancestor worship in pre-literate cultures. However, Jennifer says there is no scientific evidence as of yet to prove that they exist.
How is that so, you might ask, with all the ghost hunters out there? Well, we go over what mistakes amateur ghost hunters usually make. Amateur ghost hunters may be entertaining, but rarely do they take a scientific approach.
Amber then attempts to prove that ghosts may exist using quantum mechanics. (Like a more logical version of how Endgame used quantum mechanics to time travel). Does Amber prove ghosts exist in the space-time continuum? Listen to this episode to find out.
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