People have been obsessed with this theory since ancient times. The authors of ghost stories have thought much more than philosophers have thought about whether or not the soul exists after death. And the listeners-readers of all these stories have either listened to their disbelief by postponing it or have read ghost stories for ages. But at the end of the story, the question is, do ghosts really exist?
Rationalist scientists have always doubted the existence of ghosts. They have repeatedly said, where is the evidence that there are ghosts? In answer to this, the demonists have asked the counter question, where is the proof that he is not there? Such pressure has been cut off for a long time. But no one was interested in fulfilling the responsibility of proving the existence or non-existence of ghosts by spending a lot of time in the laboratory.
The world-famous physicist Brian Cox came forward in this work. This English nuclear scientist is once again very popular on television. Cox recently reported that ghosts do not exist. If it had, it would have been caught in the world’s largest scientific experiment. What’s the biggest test of all ’? Cox said people have been searching for the whereabouts of human beings since the dawn of civilization. If there was such a ‘place to go’, it would surely be caught in the Large Hadron Collider of the CERN.
The Large Hadron Collider is actually the largest molecular analyzer in the world. Using magnetic force, this device can understand the basic objects of the universe. From this analysis, every element of the visible world around us can be known or understood. The Large Hadron Collider is capable of analyzing any energy. According to Cox, if there were ghosts, they would be made up of energy. Because the soul is not made up of any substance, it does not wait for proof. But according to the second law of thermodynamics, energy is lost in heat. If ghosts only know how to avoid this formula, then there is nothing to say. But if that didn’t happen, the Large Hadron Collider would have found them.
Cox, on behalf of CERN or the European Center for Nuclear Research, has made a kind of declaration that ghosts do not exist. But what if ghost energy is able to resist heat? Cox did not say what would happen there.