I am astounded by the amount of ignorance by the armchair scientists.
I myself have had an out of body experience on more than one occasion, does that make me delusional? am I insane, unfit for purpose? the answer is no.
I am one of the lucky ones who has a decent job a loving family and I am in the position to actually give something back to society and help people.
I was on another site talking to a couple of member that post here and we were talking about issues surrounding this topic, we had the same old banter
you guys are having here, i.e 'science can explain everything' as I opened up and started to describe my experiences in detail
, that showed I
was just a normal person and a family nothing strange about me just a regular jane doe, guess what, everyone that had all the answers previously were
suddenly lost for words and because they didn't have the answers they ceased to come back and continue the thread. Its always the same with people who
think they know everything.
I have met many many armchair scientists in my life and when I have shown them certain things and afterwards their whole life comes crashing around
them "erm I can't believe it, I don't understand it, I mean.......how is it possible" always the same, this is why I partake very little in debates
like these on ATS
as its impossible to change the mind of others without physical tangible proof and many on ATS
are not willing to open
their minds to new possibilities.
The truth is science cannot answer everything. Logic can only be used once you know the parameters and the boundaries anything beyond them is a
mystery and therefore, an open mind is needed in order to go beyond the limits.
4 oz is all it takes to understand, everything else is expended energy
edit on 21-2-2011 by franspeakfree because: (no reason given)