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#1 Nov 12, 2013
Since religious zealots love to high jack non-related threads with their superstitious rambling, I thought I'd make this thread...
Hmm

Saint Paul, MN

#2 Nov 12, 2013
Tell me one thing, where do we go after we die? Can your science explain that? What happens, please do tell since you know for a fact God is fake, please explain where we go and what happens, please explain all the mysteries of life that you have undoubtedly uncovered since it is obvious you are so sure of yourself. Please tell us oh great ones.
yoo

Evansville, IN

#3 Nov 12, 2013
We go nowhere. Our lives end. There isn't anything after. Our bodies rot and our atoms return to the earth. I hate atheist zealots as much as religious ones, but I think they're right about that.
Hmm

Saint Paul, MN

#4 Nov 12, 2013
No answers??? that's what I thought now shut the fu<k up.
Hmm

Saint Paul, MN

#5 Nov 12, 2013
yoo wrote:
We go nowhere. Our lives end. There isn't anything after. Our bodies rot and our atoms return to the earth. I hate atheist zealots as much as religious ones, but I think they're right about that.
And what are you basing your knowledge off of? Obviously you are alive and have no first hand experience in dying lol. And how many accounts have you heard from people who have died and came back and said there was something on the other side??? I know of plenty... So that means your claim is baseless.
Hmm

Saint Paul, MN

#6 Nov 12, 2013
I'm not a religious nut, I just can't stand people that THINK they know it all. You people get shut up really quick when somebody uses your famed "logic" against you. If you want to use the argument that we can't prove God then we can say the exact same about you, you can't disprove God, no ifs ands or buts about it...you can't. So in fact you don't know anything for sure, and you are being lead just as blindly as people who believe in Christ.
Hmm

Saint Paul, MN

#7 Nov 12, 2013
@the person who thinks that I care you are judging my comments...Butthurt much? You can't argue against me so just sit back on the sidelines where you belong water boy.
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#8 Nov 12, 2013
Discuss wrote:
Since religious zealots love to high jack non-related threads with their superstitious rambling, I thought I'd make this thread...
Thank u for starting his thread. Hopefully ppl will come over!
yoo

Evansville, IN

#9 Nov 12, 2013
Our brains cease functioning. Thats it. Thats everything we are, our personality, our consciousness, our senses, our thoughts... all of what makes and keeps us alive is there. That is what we are. If it is damaged, we lose or gain persnality trait, senses, mobility ect. In my opinion, we are ten pound hunks of grey matter piloting a fleshy body. And thats about it.

Many have claimed stages of hallucination or Near Death Experiences(NDE). There is debate on whether a person is in a state of hallucination or experiencing a life after death experience, considering many who themselves have experienced it claim it to be that. Although research proves this to be wrong considering there has been no proof that any factual information from an unknown location to the person has been obtained from their state of being but instead they often describe false perceptions of the physical world during their experience. The NDE's is the brain releasing dimethlyltryptamine or DMT, same chemical released that causes us to dream. So in our last seconds of life our brain gives us an experience that may seem so real that we think it is.

No we cannot guarantee anything. I'm just saying what I think happens. I've been with both people and animals when they die and it's the exact same: quiet breathing until they let out one last sigh. Then nothing.

Please stop being such a dick about all this. I just chimed in with what I think happens. I didn't attack you, or what you believe in. I didn't make this post, and in fact came on it to make fun of the atheists who are always acting "oh so logical, so superior, i am my own god look at how cool i am and better than you". Personally, I hope thats what happens. It makes this life seem more grand to know theres nothing left for me after death. It makes my worries and sufferings less troublesome to know that all I have is about 60 more years left here and that's it, so I better make something and experience all this world has.
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#10 Nov 12, 2013
Hmm wrote:
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And what are you basing your knowledge off of?
The person you are resides in your brain. Your personality, your memories, etc. When you die, your brain no longer receives oxygen, the brain cells die, and you are gone. It's pretty simple.

Do you know of some method by which the contents of the brain are saved?
Hmm wrote:
And how many accounts have you heard from people who have died and came back and said there was something on the other side??? I know of plenty... So that means your claim is baseless.
There are none. You have accounts of people who were temporarily incapacitated. That's why they're called NEAR-death experiences.
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#11 Nov 12, 2013
Hmm wrote:
you can't disprove God, no ifs ands or buts about it...you can't. So in fact you don't know anything for sure, and you are being lead just as blindly as people who believe in Christ.
You are making the positive claim.

If I tell you that there is an invisible dragon in your garage, and you disagree, our positions are not equally "blind".
GodisReal

Owensboro, KY

#12 Nov 12, 2013
God is REAL!! He created the universe and everything but he himself came from nothing. He made all the material the universe has in it and created it all in six days. You go to heaven or hell when you die. If you've been a good, non-questioning, faithful follower, you go to heaven. If you haven't been, then you go to hell to be tortured for eternity by the devil that God also created as a torturing device. Well, he was originally an angle but God's plan didn't work so he threw an audible and just made the Devil his right hand man to oversee the lost souls and make sure they suffer for not following his way. He sent his only son to die for our sins because, well, he couldn't just forgive us of them. There had to be a sacrifice and nothing better to sacrifice than himself in human form. At the end, the citizens of heaven and hell will battle it out in an epic cage match to the death of the already dead. God also created a PR department that ensures that all the good that happens gets attributed to God and all the bad that happens is, well, our fault. I hope that clears it up for you atheist heathens.
Hmm

Saint Paul, MN

#13 Nov 12, 2013
The_Box wrote:
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You are making the positive claim.
If I tell you that there is an invisible dragon in your garage, and you disagree, our positions are not equally "blind".
Not a valid argument, people love to compare apples to oranges don't they?
Hmm

Saint Paul, MN

#14 Nov 12, 2013
NDE's can't be explained, don't try... and also don't come at me with a hypothesis and tell me it's the truth. Seriously, the atheists love to use their "logic" as an arguing point, you people can't explain what happens when we die because you have never died. Never will you be able to say without a doubt that God does not exist, seriously..never. You can't prove it and in "your world" proof is everything right??? I really dislike atheists, they have no moral compass which really bothers me.
yoo

Evansville, IN

#15 Nov 12, 2013
"At the end, the citizens of heaven and hell will battle it out in an epic cage match to the death of the already dead."

Omg I am laughing so hard, thank you for that man, that is literally the best thing I've read on here.
FakeGod

Owensboro, KY

#16 Nov 12, 2013
I can prove there's no God. Try and follow me if you will. You see, there are natural laws that do not change. This supposed God is supernatural and can manipulate these laws like rising from the dead, flooding the planet with more water than exists on the planet or in the atmosphere. He can make sure all the animals in the world can live on a boat and that the mixing of fresh and salt water will not kill the fish. He can do all this because he's God and makes the rules. Here's the problem with that. Natural laws work and only work without a God variable. If you include a God variable, everything is just chaos, not the opposite. So when we say without question that water boils at 100 degrees and freezes at 32 degrees, that can't be true if there's a God variable. If there were a God, water would freeze at random points determined by God. Without scientific laws that are unchanging, we could not have airplanes, cars, cellphones, medicine, buildings, guns, medal objects or anything. Nothing would be predictable. Because things are predictable only by excluding a God variable, that is enough proof that there is no God.
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#17 Nov 12, 2013
Hmm wrote:
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Not a valid argument, people love to compare apples to oranges don't they?
It's a perfectly valid argument. You're making an extraordinary claim and providing no evidence for it. I have every reason to reject your claim.
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#18 Nov 12, 2013
Hmm wrote:
NDE's can't be explained, don't try.
Sure, they can. What's so inexplicable? The brain goes through a trauma, which causes weird effects. This is combined with culturally-dependent concoctions to form a story.
Hmm wrote:
Seriously, the atheists love to use their "logic" as an arguing point, you people can't explain what happens when we die because you have never died.
I already explained what happens. Your brain rots and you are gone. If you have any evidence to the contrary, present it.
Hmm wrote:
I really dislike atheists, they have no moral compass which really bothers me.
I have a moral compass based on compassion, empathy, and utility. What's yours based on? The completely arbitrary declarations of a religious text?
StupidQuestion

Owensboro, KY

#19 Nov 12, 2013
Near death experiences are explained and well explained at that, but you probably don't read medical journals in neuroscience. You are claiming that you are not your body. That's what you're claiming to even ask such a stupid question. We can dig up dead bodies and show you where you go when you die. You can't disprove that because it's a fact. You're trying to assert that there's a soul which you have absolutely no proof of. Now go try and figure out another stupid question that's answer is obvious.
Hmm

Saint Paul, MN

#20 Nov 12, 2013
The_Box wrote:
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It's a perfectly valid argument. You're making an extraordinary claim and providing no evidence for it. I have every reason to reject your claim.
This is the last point that I will make CLEARLY... You sir, and all others who are like minded need to get this through your heads... You don't know what happens in the after life...you don't...and THAT is a factual statement. So quit stating that you know because the fact remains that you don't and is apparent by your ability to breathe and pulsate blood through your veins.

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