Since ancient times, people have believed that besides the body, there is still a soul. In modern society, some people also call the soul consciousness. However, whether consciousness or soul exists or not has always been a mystery. So from a scientific point of view, does the soul exist? First of all, we must admit that from a scientific point of view, the soul must not exist. For what can be linked to science must be proved or falsified, and the existence of the soul cannot be proved or falsified. To say that the soul exists, we do not have any evidence. To say that the soul does not exist, we also cannot produce any evidence. Most of the so-called evidences in the hearsay are untenable.
Of all the so-called evidences, the soul has a mass of 21.3 grams, which is the most widely circulated one. But in fact, this really cannot be called evidence, because there were only six experimental samples at that time, and two of them died before the experiment began. You know, the data of the four samples is almost meaningless to analyze the existence of souls, so we don’t need to struggle with whether the four samples have really decreased by 21.3 grams. Even if they are true, they can’t explain anything, unless the samples are not four but 40,000. Other rumors of capturing souls with electromagnetic waves or dyes are even more sensational. If you have to find evidence of the existence of souls, near-death experience is one of them.