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Speculations On Life After Death

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Posted by Paul R. Martin on October 18, 2001 05:20:43 UTC

Hi Mario,

Thank you for the invitation to offer some "devil's advocate" answers. These "answers" are what I have come up with after a lifetime of the same kind of wondering, rambling, and speculating that you did in your post. My answers may have nothing whatsoever to do with truth and I make no such claims, but these answers make the most sense to me out of all the explanations I have ever heard.

>>>For an afterlife to exist...>>The human brain cannot sustain itself, or else souls are irrelevant. A soul must be present for the brain to function.

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