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Re: Believing Makes You Happy.

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on February 23, 2001 15:33:44 UTC

If all there is to life is this present life, is it really worth all the bother. A single life like my is easy enough, yet still lacks much meaning as it will just end without much value. Most people in the world just struggle to get through life.

So what soul immortality does is provide for a meaningful existence. So even if my consciousness ceases to exist, I can think that I am making a contribution to something lasting.

But that has not been enough for me and I have for the last 30 years been looking for evidence, both clinical and scientific, that an after life is possible. The best evidence is the study of remote sensing by Stanford Research Institute. In addition I have know people who have had the experience. And I fortunately or unfortunately have been married to two persons who were clarvoent(Sp?). I could not get away with anything.

So if remote sensing is possible(also called astral projection and out-of-body-experience), there must be physical mechanisms that provide the possibility. My hypothesis is that a constituent of Dark Matter has axion-like properties that can support macroscopic quantum computation. In addition there must be a coupling mechanism between the physical world, especially physical consciousness and the Dark Matter medium. The school at Santa Fe with Murray Gell-Mann and others like him have been pursuing consciousness studies of that sort. I predict that in this century, remote sensing will become understood and verified.

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