posted on Aug, 9 2012 @ 08:23 PM
I am new to this website. I wanted to say a couple of things regarding the matter of investigating the paranormal and the problems with making certain
conclusions related to the topic.
The problem of making conclusions is that investigations into things like the afterlife (I'll use NDEs because it would be a great example to
illustrate my point) may not actually be a investigation to the afterlife as it could not be used to authenticity the validity of the existence of the
afterlife. All of those investigations is only a mere glimpse of how far consciousness goes into the brain chemical process and whether consciousness
can exist in an alternative state, but not really answer the question of an afterlife existence.
We are ants trying to solve why the sky is blue, we like to pretend that we know what's actually happening and will happen in faces of the
observations we made and the conclusions we made, but we actually cannot answer whether paranormal exists if we can't answer the fundamental question
of why is there's something. Materialist and dualists just like to live in their lies that they actually know what might be going on when they
actually skip the main question which can be used to verify the authentication of their hypothesis of the validity of an afterlife existence.
And before you make assumptions about me, I know that the NDEs are most likely a byproduct of the brain chemical in faces of evidence we observed
today and the sources of each sides, but I actually acknowledge that we simply don't have any answer to the paranormal realm if we cannot answer why
edit on 9-8-2012 by Reptillia because: Just adding a note