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Mr Walker
17 hours ago, the13bats said:

No. Scientists have not photographed dreams,  people dream of photographs they dream of ghosts too, and while you believe youve had a ghost living in your home you have no proo, proof to you isnt proof to me for me its a story nothing more and nothing personal.

I guess it depends what you call photographs 

scientists have translated brain  wave activity of dreamers into the images the people were dreaming of. Thus they have created photographic images pf what a person  was dreaming   so far the y are not particularly clear but enough to recognise the images in them 

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"We have concluded that we successfully decoded some kinds of dreams with a distinctively high success rate," said Yukiyasu Kamitani, a senior researcher at the laboratories and head of the study team, on Friday.

https://www.smh.com.au/technology/japan-scientists-can-read-dreams-20130408-2hfp8.html

Google has done the same thing with an artificial intelligence, which is even easier, as it has control over input and output 

You can have a belief about a ghost in  our house.  I didn't have that luxury. It was there and seen and heard  The house burned down in a big bushfire  in 2005

so while YOU have no evidences, i do.

While you have disbelief I have knowledge. 

The only way you can argue against this is to say that ghosts don't exist, and thus i cant have encountered one.

That a belief position not a factual argument 

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the13bats
42 minutes ago, Mr Walker said:

I guess it depends what you call photographs 

scientists have translated brain  wave activity of dreamers into the images the people were dreaming of. Thus they have created photographic images pf what a person  was dreaming   so far the y are not particularly clear but enough to recognise the images in them 

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"We have concluded that we successfully decoded some kinds of dreams with a distinctively high success rate," said Yukiyasu Kamitani, a senior researcher at the laboratories and head of the study team, on Friday.

https://www.smh.com.au/technology/japan-scientists-can-read-dreams-20130408-2hfp8.html

Google has done the same thing with an artificial intelligence, which is even easier, as it has control over input and output 

You can have a belief about a ghost in  our house.  I didn't have that luxury. It was there and seen and heard  The house burned down in a big bushfire  in 2005

so while YOU have no evidences, i do.

While you have disbelief I have knowledge. 

The only way you can argue against this is to say that ghosts don't exist, and thus i cant have encountered one.

That a belief position not a factual argument 

 

You are incorrect, about photographing dreams, study how the human brain works and mapping etc.

I dont have belief about a ghost in your house because it only exists in your mind,

Sorry the house burned.

You have no evidence, you have stories of your alleged experences, just stories.

You do not have knowledge of ghosts you have belief, nothing more.

Im not aguring at all that ghosts do not exist you made a claim you have a ghost in your house you claim you have proof, so far your only proof presented is your belief which is only proof to you its nothing but a story to me,

If you have proof present it, no one has proven ghosts exist yet so you will be the first, but i will repete, your stories and your belief is not proof.

I dont have any burden to prove ghosts do not exist the burden if you are trying to convince others you have a ghost in your house is yours.

 

 

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psyche101
12 hours ago, Desertrat56 said:

Ah, did he answer?  I have a lot of photos with orbs in them, I don't think they are ghosts.  I know some are not dust either, but I don't know what they are.

No, still don't know what the poster is referring to exactly.

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Mr Walker
On 10/22/2020 at 1:11 PM, the13bats said:

 

You are incorrect, about photographing dreams, study how the human brain works and mapping etc.

I dont have belief about a ghost in your house because it only exists in your mind,

Sorry the house burned.

You have no evidence, you have stories of your alleged experences, just stories.

You do not have knowledge of ghosts you have belief, nothing more.

Im not aguring at all that ghosts do not exist you made a claim you have a ghost in your house you claim you have proof, so far your only proof presented is your belief which is only proof to you its nothing but a story to me,

If you have proof present it, no one has proven ghosts exist yet so you will be the first, but i will repete, your stories and your belief is not proof.

I dont have any burden to prove ghosts do not exist the burden if you are trying to convince others you have a ghost in your house is yours.

 

 

You can find images for japanese researchers where they photographed the images of a humans mind, reconstructed using computers to  interpret the neurological data 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-5231179/AI-create-images-based-pictures-looking-at.html

Three volunteers were asked to stare at a range of images, including animals - like this owl - as well as aircraft and stained glass windows, while their brain activity was monitored

The Kyoto team's neural network was trained using 50 natural images, like this swan, and the corresponding fMRI results from volunteers who were looking at them. This recreated the images viewed or imagined by the volunteers

Japanese scientists have create a creepy machine that can peer into your mind's eye with incredible accuracy.

The AI studies electrical signals in the brain to work out exactly what images someone is looking at, and even thinking about. 

The technology opens the door to strange future scenarios, such as those portrayed in the series 'Black Mirror', where anyone can record and playback their memories.

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In each case the image on the  right  is a photograph of what the neural network was seeing as it looked a the image on the left,    as reconstructed using a computer, programmed to recognize specific neural  patterns as representations of images.  

 

Both images and sentences have been successfully transmitted from  one mind to another using a similar computer interface.

You  have a belief that my ghost only existed in my mind. That was my point 

The ghost dis not just exist in my mind. it manifested ia number of ways and was heard  by numerous other people  I also have a lot  of historical contextual data available eg i was able  to identify the ghost as a very old one which had moved across our valley from an old haunted house.  I didn't  know at the time i first saw it but research showed it was identical in appearance to the one observed many times in that house 

It had the same appearance and spoke the same words as the ghost formtha t house 

I have evidences, just as you have evidences of everything tha t happens to you. It is how you know what is real and what's not 

These are not transferrable evidences. (I cant use them to convince you and you cant use yours to convince me about your life)  buthe y are physical evidences eg you have personal   evidences of /for what you ate for breakfast,  watched on Tv, or where you went for the day

So i have knowledge of ghosts, and the only way you can claim otherwise is to believe  that  ghosts do not exist, and thus I CANNOT have experienced one

Again, that is a reasonable  belief but it is negated by experience/reality , and thus would be untrue

Neither of us has any burden of proof. 

I know what i know. You believe what you believe.

No problem.

But i would suggest you think about why you  have such a closed mind ,and may be what you are afraid of finding if oyu open it  up ie why do you believe ghosts do not exist and what purpose does tha t belief hold or serve? .       

 

 

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quillius
On 10/21/2020 at 7:54 AM, Mr Walker said:

i guess it depends who you talk to and how you approach the person.

I have an interest in this area and have spoken to hundreds of people about their own experiences  i dont think ive ever encountered anyone who hasn't had some sort of personal encounter or at least an unexplained event  The y range from  the very simple like an electrical cord coiling by itself  on a bench top and a tumbler suspended in mid air for several minutes    to full grown hauntings of objects and houses and strong poltergeist activities  

That said, i dont think anyone argues that all dead people become ghosts.

Basically there is usually something traumatic about the death , or the persons life, which leads to their "energy form"  remaining  after their body dies 

 There are plenty of modern ghosts with encounters happening every day and night .

just in my local area there is a website where people recount encounters the y have had. 

re bolded....how does that reconcile with the fact they are usually described as clothed? 

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psyche101
11 hours ago, quillius said:

re bolded....how does that reconcile with the fact they are usually described as clothed? 

I was wondering what energy?

Energy left in the human body at death disappates as heat. It's accounted for. 

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Mr Walker
On 10/26/2020 at 9:10 PM, quillius said:

re bolded....how does that reconcile with the fact they are usually described as clothed? 

Haven't got a clue :) 

I meant that the image of the being was being projected as an energy form.

In my mind that is like a hologram projecting an image of a real person

(i am pretty sure, as an aside, that  there are actually  now some holograms existing of people who have since died)  If so, we could now produce convincing ghosts of people who have died    So in this theory the images of ghosts could be holographic energy projections of them, thus including clothing, and sometimes artefacts like a weapon  or stick  There appear to be some ghosts of animals, as well.

 This  (hypothetically)  answers psyches question as well. The energy in this hypothesis  doesn't come from  the person, but from an external source. (natural or technical) So if i projected a hologram of a person you  knew was dead, into your room for just a few seconds, your  first thought might be of a ghost   

To take the theory a little further, what if the hologram is not physically projected, so tha t all can see it, but is projected into your mind so only you can see it (Again this is a technology which humans are quickly approaching)

So, if these projections exist (naturally or via an advanced technology) some individuals might receive the projection in their minds, when they get in range of the "projector" 

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quillius
7 hours ago, Mr Walker said:

Haven't got a clue :) 

I meant that the image of the being was being projected as an energy form.

In my mind that is like a hologram projecting an image of a real person

(i am pretty sure, as an aside, that  there are actually  now some holograms existing of people who have since died)  If so, we could now produce convincing ghosts of people who have died    So in this theory the images of ghosts could be holographic energy projections of them, thus including clothing, and sometimes artefacts like a weapon  or stick  There appear to be some ghosts of animals, as well.

 This  (hypothetically)  answers psyches question as well. The energy in this hypothesis  doesn't come from  the person, but from an external source. (natural or technical) So if i projected a hologram of a person you  knew was dead, into your room for just a few seconds, your  first thought might be of a ghost   

To take the theory a little further, what if the hologram is not physically projected, so tha t all can see it, but is projected into your mind so only you can see it (Again this is a technology which humans are quickly approaching)

So, if these projections exist (naturally or via an advanced technology) some individuals might receive the projection in their minds, when they get in range of the "projector" 

I just cannot see how a projection of a beings energy form would include clothing...a man made construct with no energy so to speak.

For me clothing is the one thing that almost certainly proves 'ghosts' are indeed constructs of the mind.....

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Mr Walker
1 hour ago, quillius said:

I just cannot see how a projection of a beings energy form would include clothing...a man made construct with no energy so to speak.

For me clothing is the one thing that almost certainly proves 'ghosts' are indeed constructs of the mind.....

SARAH RAINEY meets the 3D version of herself which could fool her husband!  | Daily Mail Onlineimage.jpeg.fa5577ca46fe934e006f0aeee81d4a46.jpegimage.jpeg.13bd3d907d352beaa0df739688245ab0.jpegReady to meet your holographic twin? London start-up HoloMe on its plans to  revolutonise the digital world | London Evening Standard

While I haven't checked/ verified it, these images apparently are all of holograms, or ( in the first and last cases)  a real person and their holographic image.

So why shouldn't a projection of a human being be wear clothes ? 

 

This one shows how much some ghosts resemble  low powered holographic images.

 

 My Life, My adventure: The Kind of Technology that Affect Human Life

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quillius
44 minutes ago, Mr Walker said:

SARAH RAINEY meets the 3D version of herself which could fool her husband!  | Daily Mail Onlineimage.jpeg.fa5577ca46fe934e006f0aeee81d4a46.jpegimage.jpeg.13bd3d907d352beaa0df739688245ab0.jpegReady to meet your holographic twin? London start-up HoloMe on its plans to  revolutonise the digital world | London Evening Standard

While I haven't checked/ verified it, these images apparently are all of holograms, or ( in the first and last cases)  a real person and their holographic image.

So why shouldn't a projection of a human being be wear clothes ? 

 

This one shows how much some ghosts resemble  low powered holographic images.

 

 My Life, My adventure: The Kind of Technology that Affect Human Life

to be honest, I am not getting it.

I do not understand the projection concept, as to who and why......

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openozy
On 10/20/2020 at 12:58 AM, XenoFish said:

Some like to pretend that ghost are real. Even calling themselves "psychic", just to justify their delusion and/or mental illness.

If these people were mentally ill they wouldn't be pretending.You don't have to justify an illness.Most people have seen ghosts and are not ill or lying.

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psyche101
55 minutes ago, openozy said:

If these people were mentally ill they wouldn't be pretending.You don't have to justify an illness.Most people have seen ghosts and are not ill or lying.

May I ask your opinion of the good Mr. Walker's claims? 

Do you feel he has seen ghosts, talked to (his version of) god, traveled the galaxy in a night, and has some extraordinary finding power? No judgement on those stories, I'm just curious to see how universal your statement is.

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