had a premonition of what you would answer. I wasn't wrong.
No, but if the interpretation included anything invisible, undetectable, non-observable, and totally lacking in objective evidence in spite of the huge progress made via the mammoth efforts of Science to discover and learn as much as possible about ourselves and the world we inhabit, and in spite of the increasingly sophisticated technology and equipment used, wwellll then, to all intents and purposes it does not exist, although it is an actual thought in people's brains and, therefore, can be discussed as such.Quote
Certain things cannot be studied scientifically, as they cannot be replicated. So, should that mean they never happened?
Seems like you think so.