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Let's do a simple thing, a thing so simple that I wonder if anyone has done it before. I guess, it must have been done for sure, but I am not aware of it. But, anyway, ignorance is bliss, so let's list all key elements that are characteristic to ghosts and see if we can come up with a scientifically sound summary on their physics, derived from these characteristics.
1. Ghosts have a somewhat limited Visibility: people may not see them, but cameras do. And so do animals like dogs and cats. Ghosts also can be seen as 2D reflections in mirrors and in 3D in fog or smoke. 

 
 
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My friend says: “I don’t understand that: another one fell today in the dorm, dead. Why anyone will be doing that thing to himself?”
So another flukka victim was rolled away on a stretcher. There will be no medical help, it was too late anyway and so in a few hours he will make a transfer to an undertaker's gurney and will be taken away. What is it, really, why young men, men who non-metaphorically speaking have nearly all their life ahead of them, prefer to smoke this stuff, which kills them here and there like flies? And they know what they are doing! That’s the hardest part to understand.


 
 
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Twenty years ago I wasn't in a place where I am now. I was in Copper Harbor, Michigan, on the north tip of Keweenaw Peninsula. I was in a small, likely family owned restaurant, which are pretty common in Upper Peninsula and most of them are very good. Our table was next to a window.
The dinner was abundant and there was also a bottle of wine, and then two. Then I didn't know yet that our bodies need much less food than we tend to take, so I ate until I've felt stuffed and stupid. And this was when I looked out the window. And my jaw went down.No, it was not a cheneque sitting on the window sill outside and looking at me with its hungry eyes or worse, with love. (By the way, the later happened to John Lithgow's character in the Twilight Zone movie, on a plane, remember?).


 
 
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He had slightly reddish-brown hair reaching down to his shoulders and a long, wispy beard. It was his first beard and he sported it with dignity against all snide remarks of his peers. With this long hair, beard and at a height of 62 he carried an uncanny resemblance to you know who. He knew it. And so, to make this resemblance even stronger, he developed this innocently benevolent expression, a subtle smile half-hidden under facial hair, which he carried around like an icon impersonator.