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Satyajit Chakraborty

Do you ever wonder if souls can be weighed too? Some scientists have. One of such experiment is popularly known as The 21 Gram Experiment,  published by a physician named Duncan MacDougall in 1907. This Massachusetts’s physician hypothised about souls’ having physical weight. He measured body weight of six different subjects before and just after their deaths, i.e., before and after the “soul” departed. Five different doctors took different measurements. And came to conclusion that one of the body lost around 21 grams. Suddenly. This event was mentioned in the New York Times