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Fair enough MC.
I'll ask you the same questions I asked AuraMyth - who chose not to answer them.
How much evidence is needed to prove that an after-life exists?
What evidence is considered "authenticated" and which are not?
Thanks for reading my post.
BTW - I am past the "yet" point....I'm now just waiting for people to accept the evidence that has been accumulated, so your angle on this is actually -well, just a personal perception/opinion.
Proof has been presented, people are the ones who choose to accept or deny it.
What the religious and the irreligious consider to be 'evidence' differs wildly.
There are two possible positions. there is an afterlife, or there is no afterlife. The positive position that "there is an afterlife" attracts the burden.
The one bearing the burden has to meet the standard of those they are trying to convince(to change their mind) if those items which they consider evidence are not to the required standard then no mind will be changed.
How does one falsify the afterlife? How does one repeatably test something for which there is no evidence anyway other than anacdotal?
I have a pathway to a frozen wilderness inhabited by fantastic creatures at the back of my wardrobe...which only I can see. You cannot prove otherwise, and I dare you to try.