No physicist has ever “seen” an electron. Yet, all physicists believe in the existence of electrons.
Question 

No physicist has ever “seen” an electron. Yet, all physicists believe in the existence of electrons. An intelligent but superstitious man advances this analogy to argue that ‘ghosts’ exist even though no one has ‘seen’ one. How will you refute his argument?


Solution

Although an electron was never ‘seen’ its impacts were observed and its practical evidence was tested and proven. For example, electricity. With respect to spirits and ghosts, though there are many claims and sightings, standardized scientific reading and evidence have never been observed or tested successfully. So, we can’t really say that they exist with cent percent surety.
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