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Ghost images. An illusion of the afterlife?

Known as glass plate photography, this process meant that a huge amount of light had to be captured before an image could be made because the chemicals involved were incredibly insensitive compared to the lightning speed of modern day sensors.

The way to produce a photograph was to expose the plate to light for a long time resulting in a single exposure that could be several minutes long.

Then the lens cap or shutter was closed and the plate removed for developing.

Of course, it was impossible for the photographer to stop movement in the scene during the exposure but because the film was so slow the subjects had to be in the scene for quite a while before their image registered on the glass plate.

The architect himself perhaps?

Our photograph of the Rose and Crown in 1888 shows a girl in a voluminous skirt standing just in front of Foster’s shop window as another man walks in front of her.

Источник: Yorkshire Post

How We Know Ancient Humans Believed In the Afterlife

The evolutionary origins of religion is a big topic, so let’s just focus on this one component: concern for the dead and the afterlife. When did human ancestors begin to invest in the dead?

Understanding Death

Evolutionary speaking, devoting energy or resources to dead members of your species doesn’t seem very worthwhile. But it’s done, to a limited extent by chimpanzees , our closest primate relatives. Chimp mothers have been observed carrying their dead infants for weeks. Some researchers contend this stems from the intensity of their mother-infant bond, while others propose it’s a “better to be safe than sorry” strategy, to avoid abandoning seemingly dead, but actually living offspring. However, overall, chimp treatment of dead conspecifics is highly variable, ranging from cannibalism to care.

Источник: Discover Magazine (blog)

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