Summerlander wrote:iby1337 wrote:lucidé wrote:If you are 100% it isn’t happening in your brain, why not buy a camera and film yourself in the area you claim to be in? If what you say you experience is real, we should be able to see evidence of bilocation of some kind on that camera.
What about your emotions there real you feel them but can they be recorded?
Emotions are recorded in neuroscientific labs. They can also be experienced firsthand subjectively. What's the problem here?
Moreover, certain emotions can be wiped out via brain damage or malfunction along with every other mental faculty such as memory, the ability to discern objects and people, and even consciousness. Just that alone reinforces the materialistic argument that there is no afterlife.
No 'ectoplasm' has ever been discovered. In fact, nothing that can be measured in the world constitutes a soul. The LHC finds evidence for a Higgs Field that gives particles their mass and yet, no traces of a hypothetical soul that supposedly controls a human body on a gross level. This should be the nail in the coffin for everyone regarding the existence of souls.
If you say that souls can't be detected by science because they are immaterial or non-physical, then tell me: How do they interact with the physical when they purportedly control human bodies?
Dark matter cannot be seen but we know it's there by the way it affects baryonic matter and serves as the 'glue' that keeps galaxies intact. Something is there and the scientific community refers to it as 'dark matter'. Nobody denies its existence.
Souls, however, are not required. Our bodies are living organisms that receive sensory information about the world, which inevitably includes their own existence. Something leaves the body alright: sweat and urine evaporates from its orifices. Nothing else if we are to be epistemically honest.
You are suffering with what afflicts most of us: the user-illusion delusion.
Science is still discovering new things day by day why does a natural death occur when the body is still capable of life?