Originally posted by Chamberf=6
reply to post by argentus
There is that measurement of the loss of 21 grams at time of death...
Originally posted by Blinded
A great law. Energy cannot be destroyed nor created, only shared.
Originally posted by Theophorus
The universe is made up of material things. Material things can be broken down into parts. Any given part is not the whole of it self. No matter how many times material things can be broken down, matter can not cease to be.it is always here, it just changes form.Spirit on the other hand has no physical attributes at all. There are no parts. Since spirit has no parts it can't be broken down into pieces. Spirit is whole.it can never be anything other than what it is. This being true about spiritual things and material things, how is reincarnation possible?
Originally posted by argentus
reply to post by Theophorus
If you recycle a can or a bottle, it will be melted down and recast as a can or a bottle. Maybe, just maybe, a soul can be recycled. I tend to think so, but hasten to add that I have absolutely no evidence that it is so.
Originally posted by Owner777
reply to post by ButtUglyToad
In the late 80s early 90s there was a 5 year old american child who started drawing indepth battle plans of civil war battles although drawn with a 5 year olds abillity they where accurate Parasycologists and other scientists and historians collaberated with research historians pressant when this child was regressed to a junior officer in the civil war all of his comments during the regression where accurate and historically verified.
The topic of reincarnation and the bodies electrical impulses which could be argued are the spirit passes on and on infact it takes 6 days for these impulses to cease after death so it could be argued that life after death is those 6 days trapped in your own mind. However the evidence for reincarnation becomes more compelling with each case where young children know things experts have to research