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    Quote Originally Posted by Void View Post
    Do you remember what you felt/thought before you were born?

    That's what it feels like.
    Holy fuck, that's fucked up................

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    hevan FTW :O
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    Yeah, wouldn't we all?
    But that's the thing, you never know what's in the after-life...

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    Quote Originally Posted by House View Post
    There has been disagreement over the centuries over just what the human soul is, or even if such a thing exists. The soul, which is not the same thing as the spirit, seems to be that spark of something within us that links us to our creator. Some say this is God. We believe it is the Mother Earth, from which we were spawned and to where we will return after our bodies are turned to rot.



    That we are creatures with memory, awareness of ourselves and that we exist within our bodies is not debatable. What is in question is just how unique we are in comparison to the other animals sharing this planet with us. So how do we prove that we have a soul?



    There was a strange experiment by a doctor in Massachusetts back in 1907 that suggests something, indeed, leaves the body at the moment of death. And that something weighs about 21 grams.



    It seems that Dr. Duncan MacDougall of Haverhill conducted his experiment with the help of six dying patients placed in a specially designed bed. The bed was built on a scale so that they could be weighed before, during and immediately after death.



    Writing in a journal of American Medicine, Dr. MacDougall told of one patient who was dying of tuberculosis. He wrote: "He lost weight slowly at the rate of one ounce per hour due to evaporation of moisture in respiration and evaporation of sweat. At the end of the three hours and forty minutes, he expired and suddenly coincident with death the beam end (of the scale) dropped with an audible stroke . . . "



    He said the loss was about three-fourths of an ounce, or just over 21 grams.



    MacDougall conducted similar tests during the deaths of other patients over the years and got similar results. He noted that the entire bed was weighed so that any loss of fluids from urine or the bowels at the moment of death would still be weighed because the material would remain on the bed.



    The doctor even considered loss of left-over air in the lungs. To test the possible weight of air in the lungs, he said he and another person each got on the bed and strenuously inhaled and exhaled. Their efforts made no change on the scale.



    As a further part of his experiments, Dr. MacDougall wrote that he tried the same experiment with 15 dogs. He said he had to drug the animals to keep them from struggling, which suggests that he also used drugs to kill them. He wrote that there was no change in the weight of the bodies of the dogs at the moment of their death.



    The experiments suggest then, that the soul has substance and a measurable mass. It also suggests that humans have something that animals do not, and that it leaves the body at the moment we die.



    What continues to remain a mystery is what that something is.


    You really did your homework on this one.

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    Or a copy and paste:O

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    i think that every night. i sit on my roof baked.
    looking up. and just think that. whats going to happen.
    like what the fuck. where do i go? everything ive done
    was for nothing cause now im dead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny View Post
    Or a copy and paste:O
    It takes time to find high quality material to C&P.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MindTek View Post
    i think that every night. i sit on my roof baked.
    looking up. and just think that. whats going to happen.
    like what the fuck. where do i go? everything ive done
    was for nothing cause now im dead.
    Right? What the fuck, think the same shit........

    Quote Originally Posted by Injection View Post


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    Google
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    Quote Originally Posted by House View Post
    There has been disagreement over the centuries over just what the human soul is, or even if such a thing exists. The soul, which is not the same thing as the spirit, seems to be that spark of something within us that links us to our creator. Some say this is God. We believe it is the Mother Earth, from which we were spawned and to where we will return after our bodies are turned to rot.



    That we are creatures with memory, awareness of ourselves and that we exist within our bodies is not debatable. What is in question is just how unique we are in comparison to the other animals sharing this planet with us. So how do we prove that we have a soul?



    There was a strange experiment by a doctor in Massachusetts back in 1907 that suggests something, indeed, leaves the body at the moment of death. And that something weighs about 21 grams.



    It seems that Dr. Duncan MacDougall of Haverhill conducted his experiment with the help of six dying patients placed in a specially designed bed. The bed was built on a scale so that they could be weighed before, during and immediately after death.



    Writing in a journal of American Medicine, Dr. MacDougall told of one patient who was dying of tuberculosis. He wrote: "He lost weight slowly at the rate of one ounce per hour due to evaporation of moisture in respiration and evaporation of sweat. At the end of the three hours and forty minutes, he expired and suddenly coincident with death the beam end (of the scale) dropped with an audible stroke . . . "



    He said the loss was about three-fourths of an ounce, or just over 21 grams.



    MacDougall conducted similar tests during the deaths of other patients over the years and got similar results. He noted that the entire bed was weighed so that any loss of fluids from urine or the bowels at the moment of death would still be weighed because the material would remain on the bed.



    The doctor even considered loss of left-over air in the lungs. To test the possible weight of air in the lungs, he said he and another person each got on the bed and strenuously inhaled and exhaled. Their efforts made no change on the scale.



    As a further part of his experiments, Dr. MacDougall wrote that he tried the same experiment with 15 dogs. He said he had to drug the animals to keep them from struggling, which suggests that he also used drugs to kill them. He wrote that there was no change in the weight of the bodies of the dogs at the moment of their death.



    The experiments suggest then, that the soul has substance and a measurable mass. It also suggests that humans have something that animals do not, and that it leaves the body at the moment we die.



    What continues to remain a mystery is what that something is.

    Copy and paste more.

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    or like, when you look up at the sky and just think. damn,
    that start is billions of light years away. how the fuck can
    i see it with my simple eyes.

    and about what he posted, its called 21 Grams.
    21 Grams
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    Maybe when you die you think you are still and things wrap around that so it makes you believe it.

    未来が見えなくて怖いから
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    Things are fucked up. Wonder how everything got here and how it's all set into place. I mean think about it... everything is set into place to live. Was it because of God, or was it because of something else. It's crazy.

    What blows, is knowing that you eventually are going to die, and their is nothing you can do about it. :/
    Wish I could just live this life, wish THIS was forever. Being seventeen and all of that :l

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny View Post
    Things are fucked up. Wonder how everything got here and how it's all set into place. I mean think about it... everything is set into place to live. Was it because of God, or was it because of something else. It's crazy.

    What blows, is knowing that you eventually are going to die, and their is nothing you can do about it. :/
    Wish I could just live this life, wish THIS was forever. Being seventeen and all of that :l
    Invent an immortal potion if you don't want to die.

    未来が見えなくて怖いから
    未来が見えてしまって悲しいから
    目を閉じて優しい思い出に浸ってしまう




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