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While I won't speak for wildtimes, for me, that also seems to "help" the cause of reincarnation as well. If you choose not to believe, that is ok, but very interesting to me, in lieu of everything you have written so far.
yet the myth seems to remain in the pop-culture of these pseudo-religious doctrines. It is quite interesting.
It's interesting that your claiming the above without tracing back to the begining. And I'll start with the Sumerians and you can trace the "pop-culture" through the Ancient times.
This is nothing new, however in our Pop-Culture today it seems more so only in "American" culture that we claim to know "reality" and "factuality" when in essence this has been documented since the dawn of human conciousness that is our Ancient past.
It seems that the overall gist of this conversation is to propel the myth that something of us persists past death. Besides the anecdotal accounts of living beings and those who are not deceased, there is of course is no evidence for any sort of persistence of some essence or soul, yet the myth seems to remain in the pop-culture of these pseudo-religious doctrines. It is quite interesting.
The overall gist of the conversation is that there are replicable, viable, scientific experiments and data results that PROVE that something of us persists past death.
What do you have to gain by denying that? Why are you so staunchly negative about it - did you even LOOK at the materials and sources posted?
I'd say: no, you haven't. You've just decided that James Randi and the Materialists are right, and no amount of investigation and experimentation will ever override that.
You know what? I feel sorry for you.
Even after your initial responses, and the actual scientific evidence has been presented, you are still denying the possibility, even beyond what most modern PHYSICISTS acknowledge.
And it is NOT "pseudo-religious" - I couldn't care less about 'religious doctrine'....
but when SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE is found, using modern techniques and statistics that defy "chance" - it opens up a whole new window of study.
That's quite the far reaching conclusion. There is no proof.
That's quite the far reaching conclusion. There is no proof. Over 150, 000 people die each day, yet out of all these cases, not a single anything has been found to remain. Would you consider that evidence? Surely with so much "proof" you can find something of note that is left behind.
Feel sorry for me all you want, but your condescension amounts to no more than someone galloping about on their high-horse thinking they have all the answers. You aren't above anyone because you've read a book that appeals to your sentiments and fancy. Call me a materialist. Call me anything you want. It doesn't change anything. But you've hypocritically adopted a purely dogmatic view, at the very same time you ridicule others for their supposed close-mindedness. Double-standards.
Why would anything remain after this physical body ceases to function? Death, Parallel Dimensions, some of the greatest ponderies in life are starting to come under test by the scientists of the world. I am wondering what type of "proof" your looking for? The wormhole to the other side? Possibly where the transference of energy disapates to?
It almost seems as if you are choosing to attack personal beliefs, instead of the material.
I hope that is not the case.