Ghosting walking through walls

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In summary, "ghosting" refers to the ability to walk through walls, which is currently not possible due to the physical barriers of atoms and electrons. One potential idea is to absorb all the electron energy from the wall, but this would result in the wall crumbling into a pile of dust. However, this concept is based on the assumption that ghosts exist, which cannot be proven.
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"ghosting" walking through walls

as i understand it, the reason solid matter can't move through solid matter is because you would need to push atoms through other atoms or the paths of electrons, which means that the solids "bounce" off each other due to energy and wat not, and if you push harder, one solid will break (as in, the atoms seperate).

One idea i had to "ghost" is to absorb all the electon energy off the wall somehow, but i don't have a clue how to do that, and it would just mean the wall would turn into a pile of dust as the atoms lost their electon energy and fell down into a pile to remerge again...would look cool though.

any1 got any good ideas about "ghosting"?
 
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In order to pursue this we would have to assume that ghosts exist, however we don't discuss concepts that assume an unproven premise. :smile:
 
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I can tell you that the concept of "ghosting" or walking through walls is not currently possible according to our understanding of physics. As you mentioned, solid objects cannot pass through each other due to the repulsive forces between their atoms and electrons. Even if we were able to somehow absorb the electron energy of a wall, it would likely result in the wall disintegrating, as you mentioned.

However, this does not mean that the concept of "ghosting" is impossible. It may simply require a deeper understanding of the fundamental laws of physics and the development of new technologies. As scientists, we are constantly pushing the boundaries of what we know and discovering new ways to manipulate matter. Who knows, one day we may find a way to manipulate atoms and energy in a way that allows for "ghosting" or walking through walls. But for now, it remains a fascinating concept that is not yet within our reach.
 

1. What is ghosting walking through walls?

Ghosting walking through walls refers to the ability of a ghost or spirit to pass through solid objects, such as walls, doors, or furniture, without any physical resistance.

2. How is it possible for ghosts to walk through walls?

This phenomenon is not fully understood, but it is believed that ghosts are able to manipulate their energy or vibration frequency in order to pass through solid objects. Some theories suggest that ghosts are made up of energy and do not have a physical form, allowing them to move through objects.

3. Can anyone learn to ghost walk through walls?

No, ghosting walking through walls is not something that can be learned or controlled by humans. It is a supernatural ability that is attributed to ghosts or spirits.

4. Are there any scientific explanations for ghosting walking through walls?

There is no scientific evidence to support the existence of ghosts or their ability to walk through walls. Some scientists suggest that ghost sightings and experiences may be attributed to psychological or environmental factors, but there is no concrete explanation for this phenomenon.

5. How can you tell if a ghost is walking through walls?

It is not possible to determine if a ghost is walking through walls, as this is a supernatural phenomenon that cannot be observed or measured. Ghost sightings and experiences are often reported by individuals who believe they have witnessed this phenomenon, but there is no way to confirm or prove it.

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