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Old 12-26-2012, 03:26 PM   #70 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Dirty Harry View Post
How so?

If we're basing our beliefs purely on empirical evidence, how is this any different than belief in afterlife? If it's simply because one day we will be able to obtain evidence, then I can say they same thing about after death.
There's a large amount of evidence for the possibility of alien life, and a nearly infinite amount of chances for it to happen; the evidence points to "possible if not probable.".

We can monitor every system of the human body, at death there is nothing to lead us to believe anything happens other than decay.


One requires belief in probability, the other in the supernatural.
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