"AlphaT" wrote: "Teh_Skittlez" wrote: No, you're right, and it would be silly to expect 'evidence' in that sense. It's just an argument posing that it would be irrational to believe so. I can't make an argument that something definitely doesn't exist, because I cannot possibly have all the relevant information. I also would be unable to disprove Russel's Teapot, despite being fairly confident it's not there. All I can do is postulate, and use what evidence we do have, and the evidence we have suggests that there is no conscious experience after death.
See but that doesn't even begin to make my stance implausible.
Conscious experience is totally separate from the spirit. If there is experience outside of the natural world, it will not be due to neurons firing, which produces our ability to feel certain emotions as well as understand out environment.
So, if one is absent of beliefs that render non physical experience necessary, this issue is best left at "I don't know".
It's not implausible, just unreasonable.
Then can it really even be said to be "you" that survives after death?
"I don't know" is an important preface, but you can go farther. I don't relegate myself to a mere "I dont know" in regards to Russel's Teapot, I take it a step further and say that because there is no evidence to suggest that it is real, and it is unlikely to be real based on the evidence available, that it is probably not real. I make a similar evaluation here, I don't know if there's life after death, but it seems unlikely based on the evidence available.
God is nothing at all..religion is going to be destoryed in another 100 years there is no one to save it
"markisa123" wrote:Oh i forgoted about holocaust hitler killed 16 mil jews and where was their god? It was more like six million, and their God is Supreme, meaning he is omnipresent, meaning he was everywhere.