Oh, so you are not trained in BS, you just have a natural talent for it.<quoted text>
Nope, I donít have a PhD in anything so stop guessing, it only makes you look even more stupid than you really are.
No misunderstanding, they were your words, and I see you are too much of a man to admit your stupidity.
Why are you attempting to impose a premise on me? You have no idea of the foundation of my conviction but feel free to continue guessing if it makes you feel all warm and fuzzy inside.
People die in many different ways, however brain death tends to be a progressive thing shutting down from the higher cognitive functions to the more basic and fundamental.
Of course evolution could have produced such a thing, the fact that it happens makes that plain. Or perhaps you have something to back up your claim that would change your davesworld opinion into fact, then again perhaps not.
You are omitting that which so many godbots choose to omitÖ time. But hey who needs time when itís easier to attribute it to impossible god magic Ė right?
Brain death occurs because the body support system fails, right?
Tell us how evolution could possibly develop such a shutdown mechanism. How did this adaptation of a relatively orderly shutdown of molecular transfers of energy occur past the point of no return? And then get passed down in the genes?