Is there a difference between a ghost hunt and a paranormal investigation? Are ghost hunters approaching things from a spiritual perspective, just with gadgets? Perhaps their approach is just a little reactive in real-time making it less investigation and more experience?
What if ghost are not proof of survival after death? What if they are our own interpretation of information we obtain from the minds of others?
We often visit haunted locations in search of spirits, but rather than simply following the usual method; perhaps we should solve the problem the paranormal event presents.
Are ghosts what we believe them to be or could they be information obtained telepathically?
Sometimes we jump to conclusions a little quickly on little subjective information, perhaps these haunting conclusions need a little more reflection .
Is our consciousness local or non-local, does this affect its survival after death, its a consciousness problem for the latest Psi Theory post.
Asimov’s three laws of robotics, are they quite what they seem and could robots become conscious?