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It is necessary to the happiness of man that he be mentally faithful to himself. Infidelity does not consist in believing, or in disbelieving, it consists in professing to believe what he does not believe. ~ Thomas Paine
Originally posted by tripulation666
scientifically whats happens to the best of our knowledge when someone dies a massive amount of Dimethyltriptamine is produced in the pineal gland (third eye).......
this is the same compound released when one is in deep r.e.m sleep..
and also is produced 49 days after conception, and massive amounts are pumped into the brain when one is born.....
this stuff literally transcends one into a higher dimension, a state of non physical existence, the dreamworld if you will......
it has also been theorised and conclusive studies have shown a link between high doses of Dimethyltriptamine and the very phenomena of alien abduction.. as this chemical truly allows one to cross over...
Dr Rick Strassman conducted clinical studies with this chemical in drug form, may i point out the brain produces this chemical nightly... it regulates your bodies functions, your neuro transmitters and your bodies bicyclical functions..
[edit on 12-1-2010 by tripulation666]
Originally posted by 2Unknown
i believe more science then religion. because science does not rely on belief only as religion do!...
Originally posted by Alasian
The problem with discovering if the soul exists is that we perceive the world by our physical senses. We think with our brains, which is a physical medium that receives impulses from other physical mediums.
So if a supernatural force called the sould exists it is probably impossible to perceive it through natural means.
Therefore, since I don't believe in anything supernatural, and the soul has not been something I can physically perceive (at least not so far), this provides to me enough constitution for my logic to disaprove of the existance of soul.
First time was in 1981, when a drunk driver plowed into me head-on in an 85 mph collision.
I looked around, and I saw that this room had no entrance and no exit. The walls were made of dark green stone, and I made a point of going over there and very closely examining the stone — it had a very finely-faceted crystalline surface. I couldn't identify the mineral, but I thought perhaps it was jade.
Which says to me that the guys who are right there on the ground at the point of life and death, the medical experts, they still acknowledge miracles.