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Everything posted by BigQuestioner

  1. The statements you quote were in intended as a replay to pzkpfw. Don't know how things got messed up. Sorry.
  2. Okay, let's say its a false, or faulty, analogy, which it is for the reason given.
  3. Funny how you don't acknowledge that your analogy was flawed, and don't want to address the specifics of my explanation regarding the need for viewing the NEC (and natural afterlife) from the proper frame of reference. Makes me think 1) why did I even bother to try to explain and 2) you don't really want to understand the NEC Theory (perhaps because if you did, you might have to deal with it). This ends my dialog with you.
  4. First of all, your Plasma TV analogy is flawed, as are those I've previously addressed elsewhere (with a projector and a computer). The flaw is that your TV has zero consciousness, i.e., it does not perceive nor has any awareness of its last image. Second, the problem you are having in grasping the natural afterlife, as do many, is that you are viewing the situation purely from a material perspective, i.e., from the frame of reference of the living. You must view it only from the frame of reference of the dying. That is, you must remain in the mind of the dying person. From this per
  5. The NEC theory and natural afterlife have nothing to do with what I want. They have to do with what is.
  6. Perception is what we perceive as reality. Our emotions are real, and those that are present in our last conscious moment--which will be aroused by our last perceived experience, real or not--is what we will be left with for an eternity.
  7. Okay, I get it now. Since I can't see how to edit my post, I will add a short overview of the natural afterlife. Overview of the Natural Afterlife Below I give a short explanation of the natural afterlife, here assumed a heavenly one, at two levels of detail. You will find much more detail in the referenced article. General. Because of a near-death dream and near-death experience (NDE), you believe you’ve die and gone to heaven. Then you actually do die. Assuming no supernatural consciousness of any sort emerges after death, for all eternity you never know that you are not i
  8. Yes, it [the NEC] "is a mental construct," and as such it is supported by psychological principles--i.e., more specifically, cognitive science. Do not my statements and the "what do you think?" questions I pose in the last paragraph make clear what I want to discuss? That is, on this forum I really want to discuss the compatibility of the natural afterlife, as described in the referenced article, to religion and, in this regard, how one's religious beliefs (or nonbeliefs) might effect their thinking concerning what (or who) determines the content of the NEC and natural afterlife.
  9. I recently had an article published in the Journal of Mind and Behavior. It reveals, describes, and establishes that a natural, i.e., scientifically supported, heaven (and hell) actually exists. “Yeah, sure.” you may be thinking. But to check it out for yourself, just click on the article’s title given below. Be forewarned, however, the heaven that the article describes is likely not all of what you may have been envisioning. Though it can be an eternity of optimal real love and happiness in the presence of God, it’s spiritual, meaning you’re not there in body, and its timeless, meaning no eve
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