Discussion in 'The Sanctuary' started by TheBigPayback, Nov 18, 2013.
Sounds a lot like solipsism.
Dude only used an example of quantum mechanics (the slit experiment) as an anecdote, and has not demonstrated his claims at all.
Multiverse is pure speculation and even though some (well-known) physics are speculatively thinking in this direction, it doesn't change the basic fact that the multiple worlds interpretation doesn't imply multiverse, parallel universes and similar secular dumb conclusions..
And yes, for every scientific hypothesis an experiment can be proposed, which in turn can be rebutted if necessary. Opportunity to rebut the hypothesis is its conditio sine qua non to be regarded as scientific. Scientific hypothesis must provide at least one characteristic phenomenon that underlay the rejection, which can be experimentally verified.
Or in this case it can simply be chalked up to scientific epistemology falsificationism.
As none of the religious hypothesis about the world/afterlife/existence of heaven&hell/existance of souls, etc. have these characteristics, they can't be considered scientific.
This will need years of more dedicated research
kinda like how that dude "claimed" to have proved that religion was a roman creation and all lies?
anyways. Im open to something after death. I just dont think anybody has it exactly right. And the more structured a religions claims of the afterlife, the less likely to be true i think. Nobody knows for sure, and there is TONS of shit we hardly understand in this universe.
Im just waiting for one of these studies to verify once and for all the existance of God. Which will happen one day too.(wether through science or alternative)
the bible says that in the end days everyone will know he exists and is just a matter(at a certain point) of choosing sides.
What you'd like is nothing more than scientific epistemology falsificationism. (2nd time)
Taking sides? Charlatanism stays losing.
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