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Do we die every night?
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I believe you are under thinking the word death. The answer if of course we don't die each night. Our hearts and our lunges do not stop
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magicuser360 wrote:
What is with the Angelic Layer picture lol?
I think it is a very cute and relevant image. They're sleeping. Also they are not sentient beings merely hi-tech dolls. But are we not unlike them when they are turned off thier previous selves end, and when it's time to activate them, they are only defined by that moment that they are "alive"?

Posted 4/7/13

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magicuser360 wrote:
What is with the Angelic Layer picture lol?
I think it is a very cute and relevant image. They're sleeping. Also they are not sentient beings merely hi-tech dolls. But are we not unlike them when they are turned off thier previous selves end, and when it's time to activate them, they are only defined by that moment that they are "alive"?



Er...Okay then. On the other hand, I'm a massive Clamp fan (: Read every single one of their manga. I don't like Angelic Layer though lol.
Posted 4/7/13
I think you are trying to over think this...
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So does this idiot think that when you sleep your brain turns off? I'm confused.

Brain activity is high functioning through all stages of sleep.

Even in cases of people who suffered temporary death or were braindead and recovered don't magically become a new person altogether.

Why am I wasting my time on a response here.
Posted 4/7/13
You're screwing with my mind!! D:
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You could easily just look up some scientist research paper and have them stop on your theory, not like people haven't been thinking and researching this crap for years. Your not some revolutionary thinker here..
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PatrickAupperleUtexas wrote:You are right. we are going to disagree, because you are too closed minded to see that the two systems fit together nicely. God created a beautifully logical world for us to enjoy and explore. Science can learn so much about the world and is a fascinating study. Religion steps in to explain what science can't. The two work together in perfect harmony the vast majority of the time.
You know I don't have to put up with being called closed minded. I said I was going to drop the debate but I find that offensive and unacceptable. Why don't you try to at least act like you live in accordance with this religion you speak so highly of by turning the other cheek and tolerating other people's opinions without making accusatory remarks?

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JustineKo2 wrote:


PatrickAupperleUtexas wrote:You are right. we are going to disagree, because you are too closed minded to see that the two systems fit together nicely. God created a beautifully logical world for us to enjoy and explore. Science can learn so much about the world and is a fascinating study. Religion steps in to explain what science can't. The two work together in perfect harmony the vast majority of the time.
You know I don't have to put up with being called closed minded. I said I was going to drop the debate but I find that offensive and unacceptable. Why don't you try to at least act like you live in accordance with this religion you speak so highly of by turning the other cheek and tolerating other people's opinions without making accusatory remarks?



I apologize for the remark. I shouldn't have said that, and I'd certainly never claim that I'm a good Christian. I try to follow the faith, but I fail repetitively. It is still an important part of me and my life, though, so I feel the need to defend it. I certainly went too far attacking you instead of your argument.
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Probably.
And then we are reborn when we wake up.
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DirEnGay wrote:

So does this idiot think that when you sleep your brain turns off? I'm confused.

Brain activity is high functioning through all stages of sleep.

Even in cases of people who suffered temporary death or were braindead and recovered don't magically become a new person altogether.

Why am I wasting my time on a response here.


what this guy said!
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Short answer No.
Long answer Noooooooooo.

But, that doesn't give anybody the right to call anyone an idiot.
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wow, i would love to research something like this when i become a neurosurgeon/neuroscientist
Posted 4/7/13

Feia20032 wrote:

You could easily just look up some scientist research paper and have them stop on your theory, not like people haven't been thinking and researching this crap for years. Your not some revolutionary thinker here..


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Posted 4/7/13
Yes, and we live in the matrix, santa claus does indeed bring gifts to the good little children of the world, monsters really do live in our closets and under our beds, twilight is a great book and movie series, moses happened, etc, etc.
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