posted on Jan, 26 2014 @ 09:09 PM
VHB Percussion wound to the head; regarding soul less ness; without a soul the human is not animated (still births described this way).
Bedlam What about wounds to the head? You sort of sailed that in there out of left field on the previous post. Still births are because
the fetus is dead.
No, stillbirths happen because the intended spirit/soul to occupy that body bailed at the last minute of the birth process (they stood in line for a
long time to gain the human experience and for whatever reason yellow striped down the back of it). Generally because humans are valued to the
experience here another soul steps in (in those cases the backup soul volunteer bailed as well.
SIDS deaths can be described as the initial occupying soul leaves the body, for whatever reason not up the task it volunteered to. Usually another
will step in, human bodies are valuable as in HUMAN EXPERIENCE IN THE 3D IS COVETED AND ACTUALLY FAUGHT OVER.
Bedlam Or, SIDS deaths are caused by more than one thing, all of them rational and not involving a soul leaving the body. Like brainstem
issues, infant botulism, long q-t times et al. At 2-4 months, the infant's ability to wake and deal with little things like smothering aren't mature
enough to be reliable either.
Id wonder about this Bedlam; as what you are describing is an autopsy report that explains heart failure, or a unicorn sat on its chest before the
overhead mobile was contructed. True SIDS deaths are unexplained or a "death undetermined".
Bedlam Why? Where in the heart? Why not in the stomach or head? How do you know? Can you measure it? Do you have a means of detecting
Which presense? Everyone knows the soul lives in the heart tissue; not the stomach (the acids would corrode it). The mind/brain is the trickster;
would drive the soul into a state of insanity.
VHB Regarding your comments about babies having conscienceness; this is a learned thing once out of the womb. How long did it take you
to recognise yourself in the mirror? (hey thats me) or your very first memory came at what age?
Bedlam You don't start to develop retrievable memories until your hippocampus starts developing myelin. That doesn't mean you aren't
learning. Just that your adult hippocampus can't find the memory as something you "recall". I recall a few events when I was 2.
You just made my point. Concsiousness is a mechanism of awarness ie.a learning curve.
Bedlam However, you're confirming my suspicion that you don't have kids and probably haven't spent significant time around infants.
They can definitely recognize Mom and Dad by maybe six weeks. By 3 months or so, they recognize other people. But they have little personalities that
are very distinct from the moment they pop out.
Elequently said; (the popping occurance) why are you so suspicious of a complete stranger's bioactivities as a fetus, then an infant baby, then a
toddler then a teenager, then a VeteranHumanBeing?
VHB Im an expert as I used to be one. Tell me you did NOT replicate yourself?
BedlamThat's what I thought.
CHEERS? Not unless you buy the first round; a bottle 'Dom P' and I am NOT a cheap date. Even though you have treated this thread as a romp in the
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