posted on Apr, 24 2008 @ 03:20 PM
The thing is science (a subject which I adore to death) is limited to results that are repeatable and for the most part physical matter.
You can teach yourself to detach your consciousness from your body, while still keeping most of your 5 senses, and explore distant places around you,
sepearte of your body.
That specifically is not an area where nuerological chemistry will not be able to conclude any solid eveidence that it's a certain chemical shift.
Funny thing is if you know somebody else that can do OBE's at will, you can meet that persons consciousness outside of your body, and travel
together...aww how nice
Hey, I'm against dogma and religion as much as the next guy, probably as much as many athiests are (though I wont go as far as ALWAYS bringing those
aspects up to make points)
I think we should be studying anamolies and make note that certain experiments that have different outcomes each time they are produced, specifically
produce differences each time or are not repeatable for a reason, something that should be known and studied instead of written off.
The key to unlock leaps and bounds in science is transcendence. Athiesm is simply being stuck in the confines of logic and reason.
If you want to unlock God and spiritual realms, you need an area of science that is specifically looking for these things, which means you may have to
throw out, or circumvent most scientific laws, rules, and observations...starting from scratch.
Those that look for God independent of dogma and religiousocity......always find him specifically in transcendence....a point which isnt that
complicated to realize.
If you go your whole life in limited logic and reason trying to find as many ways and reasons as you can as to why God's not there, your finding ways
and reasons but missing the whole main point being God, which is the same issue with religous fundamental dogmatists.......its all literal for them
and they're finding literalism, not God