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peoples belief in auras fact or fiction?

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Fiction.
There is no scientific basis whatsoever for 'auras' (at least not the kind you're talking about.).
EDIT:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OZeQGld5QBU

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Yep.. people do.

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Yes.

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If some people can see the aura, how can it not be real? It's just that not everybody can see it and most don't even look for it, but it's there.

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Factual fiction.

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fact its easy to c the aura

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thier are no facts for the greatest things in the world. i cannot see auras but from the people i have seen that can i would never think they had a reason to lie. i tried to train myself to see them but it never happened for me..i have other gifts so thats fine that i cant see them but for sure i think some people can.

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Who knows.
As you first answer suggests there is no scientific evidence that proves it beyond a shadow of a doubt. However it certainly isn't beyond conventional logic that auras are real.

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WOW why do so many ignorant people answer questions without knowing the answer. First of all yes there are auras and yes they have way more than been scientifically proven. What it is exactly is the only opened question for debate. If someone was born with a limb and then lost it, doctors can still see the aura of the leg on an aura scan (i forget the name of the machine) I have though watched a documentary on this subject but that was a few years back. If you want a more detailed answer call a university im sure they could send you down the right path. Im sorry i personally dont remember the exact details but i have seen the scans

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Yes people believe in auras that is a fact. Are auras a fact? I believe they are, I have seen them as have many other people I have met. I have also seen experiments done where several people were asked to describe or draw another persons aura without talking to each other. They come insanely close. Science is an evolving field, we make new scientific discoveries every day and one day science may be able to explain things that at this point in history are unexplainable. Look at how much science has discovered in the last 50 or 100 years for instance. It would be more accurate to say that there is no current scientific evidence to support the existence of auras, the evidence is purely empirical or anecdotal.

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I believe that auras are a natural part of the world...

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