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    Default Re: I find it incredibe

    Quote Originally Posted by allblack View Post
    I appreciate by virtue of your gender you know it all ...

    ...but that's a huge assumption. At some point we'll both find out.

    Quite soon for me if I don't stop eating iso-bacon sandwiches lol
    I'm feeling pretty positive about life continuing after our physical body dies. Not just for us, but for all of nature as well. The animals, the trees, plants etc etc.

    The Pope has said that our pet dogs will be with us in the next world, so I reckon that if the dogs will, so will everything else too.

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    If only!!!! I love my dog Stella.
    It's not the least charm of a theory that it is refutable. The hundred-times-refuted theory of "free will" owes its persistence to this charm alone; some one is always appearing who feels himself strong enough to refute it - Friedrich Nietzsche

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    And where exactly do all these plants and animals continue on?
    Cyberspace?

    Must be awfully crowded in there by now....and does it include things like all the insects too? Fungi? Bacteria? Viruses? Where is the line drawn....
    PLus what do all these beings do after?
    Heaven might have a totally different meaning to a predator.
    Or a bacteria for that matter.

    How about all the suns and things too? Everything dies after all, suns, entire galaxies, and apparently the entire universe.
    Ex-pctek

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    According to my Son, it's all rubbish. We are just part of a computer simulation. Of course I asked him who was pressing the buttons?

    Ken

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenj View Post
    According to my Son, it's all rubbish. We are just part of a computer simulation. Of course I asked him who was pressing the buttons?

    Ken
    Ask your son nicely if he could arrange a reset for 2020 it is not running as well as it should.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CliveM View Post
    Ask your son nicely if he could arrange a reset for 2020 it is not running as well as it should.
    Blue screen Clive?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenj View Post
    According to my Son, it's all rubbish. We are just part of a computer simulation. Of course I asked him who was pressing the buttons?

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    Turtles.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Discworld_(world)

    All the way down...........
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    Default Re: I find it incredibe

    One finds this More incredible:

    Big bang theory!, who lit the fuse.

    Slime from Yellowstone Park and was that Attenborough's thinking, who mixed the brew then David.

    Our two kids would ask questions/answers at high school science classes.

    We are still awaiting their answers, yeah right.

    Often wondered where outer darkness was in reference to the Bible and science has at least answered that one, black holes, and here's me thinking space was black anyway.

    Science, A place where something goes in and can't escape, even light can't is the most recent finding.

    Presume science will give us a practical demonstration one day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by piroska View Post
    And where exactly do all these plants and animals continue on?
    Cyberspace?

    Must be awfully crowded in there by now....and does it include things like all the insects too? Fungi? Bacteria? Viruses? Where is the line drawn....
    PLus what do all these beings do after?
    Heaven have a totally different meaning to a predator.
    Or a bacteria for that matter.
    If reincarnation is a reality, then heaven does not need to be that big after all.
    It is better to wear out than to rust out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roscoe View Post
    If reincarnation is a reality, then heaven does not need to be that big after all.
    Technically we are all recycled, we become compost in effect, and the plants etc use our particles. So the planet is one big recycle bin, but when suns end, then the mess from that accretes into new suns and planets.

    However none of that involves us, as a personal ego being aware or continuing in a form we were.

    Until the universe stops of course. Everything expands to the point no more accreting and no more new suns or anything.
    So much for heaven.
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