Well I think the answer could be both yes and no. I think that this question is tough to answer because there is no way you would prove to evryone that the paranomal exisits. There will be those who will always say that it is fake or its staged or it someone else doing it. I think that there are things that are out there that we cannot explain and we as humans find any way possible to rationalize things. We make any possible explanation for things that seem to never make sense. I think that it can be proven to the individual but not to everyone.
by Kylyssa Shay 2 years ago
Hypothetical Question: What if it were proven there's only one true God and It wasn't your God?For this question, you must use your imagination. You must pretend the premise of the question is true and then answer it accordingly. The premise is that God has been discovered and it's been proven...
by VoltaireZ 7 years ago
It's interesting how much emotional and mental energy is spent in these forums trying to convince others of a particular point of view, when so very few of us are ever actually budged from the beliefs we arrived to the forum with. I know for myself this is greatly frustrating; it's much like...
by cooldad 20 months ago
What if this happened today. All the news networks, all the world leaders, all the scientists, all the leaders of churches announced that it was proven that God does not exist. Proven beyond any reasonable doubt whatsoever.What would you do? How would society and the world react?
by ngureco 5 years ago
Has Scientists Ever Proven The Existent Of Ghosts Or Any Paranormal Activity?
by Mudrearth 4 years ago
Can a spirit actually hurt you? Physically/Mentally?
by Alan 2 years ago
A basic rule of scientific inquiry is that you start from something you already know, something that can be proven, repeatedly, by other investigators in exactly similar circumstances. From something that is known for sure, one can make further hypotheses, and investigate. New questions...
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