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Interestingly, like so many scientists throughout history, this particular physicist based his ideas about ghosts on his own personal disbelief. Science demands that for something to be “real,” it must be able to be duplicated over and over again in a scientific setting. Unfortunately, the supernatural does not really conform to the idea of repeatable experiments. We can measure, document, and record, but ghosts do not perform on command, which  is what scientists demand. Ghosts cannot be trapped in the laboratory. If you drag them out of the shadows and expose them to the harsh glare of scientific “reality,” they tend to vanish. Thanks to this, science tells us, ghosts cannot exist. But do most people feel this way? It is unlikely that you, the reader, believe this to be the case or you would probably not have this book in your hands! Gallup Polls tell us tha