Imagine that a kid sees an apple:
He now knows what apples look like.
Imagine that the kid now dies:
And gets buried:
Do you agree or disagree: His brain will decompose.
Do you agree or disagree: His neurons will no longer function.
Do you agree or disagree: His memory will be wiped.
Do you agree or disagree: He will no longer know what an apple looks like.
How the [bleep] will he know what an apple looks like once his brain has decomposed and his soul goes to heaven/hell?
Can a soul store massive amounts of data? Keep in mind that it's not made of m-a-t-t-e-r.
Conclusion: When and if we get to heaven/hell, all of out brains will be completely wiped of data - we will no longer know what apples look like... If we no longer have any memory of our past life left, then what is the point for god giving us a reward/punishment? Therefore, there might not be a possibility of an afterlife existing.
Either no after life exists or god has a massive database in which he store's each persons thoughts - whenever a person learns something new, his brain syncs itself with God's database.
And then the soul merely carries an identification number representing the identity of the person's it is, so it can go to heaven and know which entry in the database to import. Lol how would the number be stored? High and low levels of energy?
Or have a successfully convinced you to believe there is no heaven/hell?
What do you think?
This post has been edited by LeisureProgrammer: 07 December 2009 - 03:37 PM