‘Live Science’ writer uses logical fallacy to discredit belief in ghosts
Until 1675 when Anton van Leeuwenhoek first discovered microorganisms, no one knew they existed. It was another 200 years before scientists discovered that they were responsible for the transmission of disease. Although science had not verified their existence, microorganisms clearly existed.
How then, can writers like Benjamin Radford a Live Science Contributor, use the logic that ghosts do not exist because there is no scientific evidence that they do? What Bradford has done in his article “Are Ghost Real? Science Says No.o.o.o“, whether he realizes it or not, is employ a logical fallacy to support his personal opinion that ghosts do not exist. Read the whole story