“Believe it or not, according to a new study, higher education is linked to a greater tendency to believe in ghosts and other paranormal phenomena." Robert Roy Britt writes in the January 20, 2006 issue of Live Science. That leads my imagination to “electronic spirit communication”.
Why not? It’s all about frequencies. I’m thinking that the internet technology may have provided a more accessible channel not only for human communication, but also the spiritual world. Phone calls from the dead and audiotape recordings containing voices of the dead have been recognized for decades while reincarnation has been scientifically proven. Before the spirits move on to the next life, they are somewhere in a dimension overlapping ours and may be so eager to communicate with the living as many of them often had unfinished business leaving behind. Without a body to operate, the technological advance probably caters a frequency platform to the ability of spirits to communicate.
The recent invention of attaching a chip on the fingers to enable freehand computer and internet operations without the need of a laptop or a palm is undoubtedly exciting. If the chip is wise enough to receive the instructions delivered by our brains, it shouldn’t be long before the communication technology breakthroughs the restrictions of this physical world, if mainstream scientists can really open up their minds to a world outside their laboratories.
If this imagination can come true, we will no longer wonder about afterlife. Will it help to right the wrongs morally? Or will people lose sympathy to victims in disasters? Or will people take advantage of the seem-to-be-endless chances?