Possibly a new theory?
Posted 06 February 2006 - 10:35 AM
Posted 06 February 2006 - 01:05 PM
It is as good as any other theory I 've read.
Actually there is some evidence to support that idea. Our thought waves are electricity or energy. Just as radio and television signals are. If you tuned into the right frequency you should be able to picture what someone else is thinking. The major difference between thought waves and radio or televison waves is the energy behind them. We do not have 100,000 watt transmitters in our head. I was watching a report on CNN last night where they hooked an amplifier up to someones head, She had ALS and was losing control of her motor functions, and using her thought she was moving the mouse and contrling a computer.
Posted 06 February 2006 - 02:26 PM
Would we be projecting a waking dream into reality?
I wonder though about people seeing a ghost, telling someone about it, that someone then shows them a picture of their grandfather, and the person identifies the picture as the ghost they saw. How would we be able to create such a coincidence?
Or many people, who have never met, reporting at different times, that they saw a ghost in a museum. The musuem curator tells each person that other people have seen the same thing. How would all of these people be able to conjure up the same image?
Posted 06 February 2006 - 02:37 PM
Why do you think I'm such a fence sitter, there is plenty of evidence on both sides of the coin. I feel we will find the answers somewhere in the middle. Since the fence is in in the middle the answers will come to me. lol
Posted 06 February 2006 - 05:04 PM
It's a great theory, I never said it wasn't. I was just throwing some questions into the pot.
I've personally come to believe that ghosts are the remains of a person, minus the fleshy casing. This is what I work with when I go out looking for them. Like nature, and all of its laws, I try to keep it simple.
I'm open to new angles on what ghosts are, and excluding the one in this thread, I often hear ghost theories that seem to be quite complex. Way more complex than: person dies, something remains after death, that something has returned.
Now move over, you're hogging all the fence room.
Posted 07 February 2006 - 01:49 AM
Posted 07 February 2006 - 03:19 AM
You guys are going to have to write to spooks and ask her to build a bigger fence. She already modified mine to fit my lawn chair. I'm pretty comfortable up here.
Grim you may have misinterpreted something I said, I am proud to be a fence sitter. lol Fence sitters unite. There are more of us than there are of them.
These ideas are in constant reevalution, questions welcome. Whats good is a theory if it doesn't even stand up to the first scrutiny?
Edited by evad_83647, 07 February 2006 - 03:20 AM.
Posted 07 February 2006 - 10:01 AM
Edited by The White Knight, 07 February 2006 - 10:06 AM.
Posted 07 February 2006 - 01:55 PM
I agree with the imprint theory, and have read and heard of many ghost accounts that have fit this scenario. There is a type a ghost that is an imprint (Oh man, so is it a ghost or an imprint?! My head spins). For example, I read of one account of an imprint in a home. Every anniversary, at the same time, a man would chase a women up the stairs, and upon catching her, would begin to stab her. While this horrific act was occuring, they would both fade away. Interference did not seem to matter, as the two were oblivious to their surroundings.
What stumps me about the imprint theory, and why I regard an imprint as only one type of haunting, is the other type of ghost. The one that is interactive and seems to possess human intelligence. How could an imprint change, a supposed recording in the fabric of time, if you interacted with it. Interactions such as physical contact, the hiding of personal belongings, and manifestations of both itself and inanimate objects?
I'm loving this thread! This fence is great, but that bird that just flew over, well, you know...and this is a new shirt!
Posted 07 February 2006 - 02:09 PM
Posted 07 February 2006 - 03:27 PM
I'm a fan of the residual energy idea. It is logical, so it makes sense to me. As far as moving objects or interactive talks with ghosts of course it wouldn't apply. But how about this?
I am dreaming and projecting my thoughts further than normally possible because of my relaxed state. You are out hunting for ghosts. The conditions are perfect it is dark and your senses are accutely aware of your surroundings. You phsyce is trying to tune in to different wavelengths, suddenly you tune into my dream. I am consciuos and thinking and can interact with you.
This still doesn't explain moving objects unless I'm just playing with you. I don't think I have that much power but someone might.
I've read threads here though where this scenario wouldn't work. It might explain some of them though.
I have to keep going back to my energy theory to get full explanations.
There is no reason to beleive energy would behave any differently in a paranormal world than a physical world. The laws would have to be the same. Energy is life. From the smallest particle which makes up an atom, to the way our earth moon and sun interact all the way up to how the known universe behaves.
There are a lot of theories on parallel universes, but realistically everything has to interact so everything should be contained in this universe. Under my theory, ghosts can exist, god can exist, we can exist. All on the same plane.
How is that for not offending anyone. lol
Edited by evad_83647, 07 February 2006 - 03:30 PM.
Posted 08 February 2006 - 06:20 AM
Posted 08 February 2006 - 09:07 AM
Jumping back to the other posts, waves of various kinds are "things" which never were alive. They are doing what the laws of nature conduct them to do. Plants are only reacting to stimuli, are not intelligent, and are more or less also following the laws of nature.
However, I agree that ghosts are energy. In regards to the moving and the grabbing and the manifestation of the ob-jects! (Sorry. Had a Prof. Frink moment there) I believe that ghosts somehow are able to manipulate the natural forces around them (such as electricity). I think that they may do this telekinetically. I believe that they must do this in order to somehow have enough juice to manifest, move objects, etc. I think Evad may have touched on this "juice" aspect, but I think he suggested that it may be our emotions that they feed of off.
Also, unlike plants and various waves, ghosts seem to display a human conscience. Would a repetitive imprint or just an impression act in such a way?
Posted 08 February 2006 - 10:12 AM
Also, I think we need a bigger fence, and will somebody order some new shirts? *eyes birds supsiciously*
Edited by The White Knight, 08 February 2006 - 10:14 AM.
Posted 08 February 2006 - 01:36 PM
The only thing I see I really disagree with is White Knights comment that ghosts would have to behave differently. They would have to behave the same. The difference is their mass would be much lighter being mostly energy and they would have to feed differently than we do. Plants do not feed the same way we do yet they exsist in our laws of nature.
Just my humble opinion. Glad to see more people here discussing this.
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