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Re: Scientific Evidence Of An Afterlife.

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on February 22, 2001 13:45:40 UTC

You missed what I meant by experiment. I meant my death. That is the experiment we all do which will prove or disprove whether there is life after death for each of us.

The best evidence I have that there is an afterlife is my communication, through a friend of mine who channels, with a person already dead and apparently responsible for influencing kmy actions on earth. That evidence is of course completely subjective and therefore not valid on a scientific basis. But it is convincing to me.

In terms of proving anything to you. That is impossible for a whole set of reasons, some of which are scientific, rigorous proof has been proven impossible, and some of which have to do with human nature, mine and yours.

But I enjoy our exchanges. It makes me consider the rationality of my worldview, and yours. You have yet to convinceme that you view is any more rational than mine.

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