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Re: Here is Practical Explanation about Next Life,

Postby Shinkicker » Thu Apr 06, 2017 11:21 am

Vutulaki wrote:
Canuckster wrote:
Shinkicker wrote:
Why do you call the study "flawed"?

And why refer to the women as pathetic? Do you believe the women to be purposely manipulating when they cry?


not all, but most



Fixed


Ok, so why do you believe the research to be flawed?

Did you mean the research technique? Or the outcome to be flawed?
Or did you mean "the outcome is true but fucked up"?

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Postby Vutulaki » Fri Apr 07, 2017 6:32 am

Shinkicker wrote:
Vutulaki wrote:
Canuckster wrote:
not all, but most



Fixed


Ok, so why do you believe the research to be flawed?

Did you mean the research technique? Or the outcome to be flawed?
Or did you mean "the outcome is true but fucked up"?



I cant even find what I was replying to

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Postby Shinkicker » Fri Apr 07, 2017 11:21 am

Vutulaki wrote:
Shinkicker wrote:
Vutulaki wrote:

Fixed


Ok, so why do you believe the research to be flawed?

Did you mean the research technique? Or the outcome to be flawed?
Or did you mean "the outcome is true but fucked up"?



I cant even find what I was replying to


Fair enough. I agree, The statute of limitations was probably long gone on this one. Lol

I saw something at work that reminded me of your post about that research. Not really the same at all but...
A cute young nurse was smiling, having a great day. A resident was flirting with her. She was glowing. It wasn't 30 mins until other bitches were talking about her. Being snarky to her, etc. Some people can't stand to see others do well.

Anyway, made me think about how our reaction to someone's behavior doesn't always mean that their behavior is intended to trigger that response.

At any rate, I think the research was flawed in more than one way.

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Postby Winnson » Sun Apr 16, 2017 7:30 pm

Anyone remember their last life? No?

OK, so good luck remembering this one when you move onto the next one.

Let me know how that goes.

Kek

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Postby Masato » Mon Apr 17, 2017 11:33 am

Do you remember your infancy? Do you remember all the hours you have spent in the Dream-World? lol, do you even remember last week?

I think its likely something like that... there is a continuity of consciousness, but its disjointed and we forget from time to time. I am trusting its probably better like this, lol

I think most of what we call 'memory' is a function of the brain. We know our physical brains did not exist prior to our bodies so its unlikely any 'memory' of things prior would take the same form as the memories stored in our hardwire. I like to imagine that after death we are suddenly reminded of a lot of things, like when we dream we don't know we're dreaming, but when we wake up we remember who we are again, and usually forget the dream lol

What a ride

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Postby Shinkicker » Fri Sep 29, 2017 5:56 pm

Uh oh


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