Re: Theos-World What happens to you, your loved ones, your friends at death?
Jul 11, 2006 05:30 AM
Daniel wrote <<There are those who tell you that science
shows that there is no life after death>>
I think "science" and "scientist" are often interpreted in keeping with various conventional presumtions to the extent that they don't mean much, other than per whatever notions re "scientifics" or "initial assumptions." If "death" isn't possible without "life," how can there be "death" other than "scientifically" or "relatively" (per whatever "initial assumptions")... ?
PS I thinking there might be lots of "scientists" and various hangers on who, after they die, then think they're dead.
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