Sunday, May 10, 2015

Is there enough evidence to dismiss the paranormal

Do we have  enough evidence to accept or dismiss claims on the paranormal and/or the after-life ? And can we go beyond just "I do " and "I don't." ANd can we have reasons for your belief/disbelief in this regard.??

  • Doc Nirmal Dhallu When I meet someone who has returned after death, I will be able to give reasons.
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  • Harcharan Bains Doc Doc Nirmal Dhallu There must be many other things you believe on the basis of credible research done by other people on others. None has been to space but we do rely on the credible evidence provided to us by people who have been there . My question is not whether or not you have a blind faith in the paranormal. the question is, "Have you done enough study and research on the subject to form and present an honest pinion one or the other?" 

    Let's start again, leaving aside fanatic blind faith and un-scientific cynicism.
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  • Doc Nirmal Dhallu Life after death can neither be proved nor disproved. This is because one would have to undergo physical death in order to prove or disprove it (and by its very nature, disproving it would not be possible).
  • Doc Nirmal Dhallu I have seen some paranormal events with my own eyes for which I am unable to prove by Physics.
  • Saroj Sanwali There is a third element in our life beyond comprehension fully..It is God or Nature or whatever..Some happenings with us or around..No matter how powerful one is,it makes the person very helpless at time and otherwise too...
    Tu Dil Mein To Aata Hai ,Samajh Mein Nahi Aata... Bus Jaan Gaya Main,Teri Pehchan Yehi Hai......
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  • Anju Thakral Makin who are we? where did we come from? is there anyone else out there? In a humongous universe does life only exist here? When all bodily functions are still working including respiration, why do some of us clinically die, what leaves our body when we die? why were we born? why do we die? or love? or hate? why?
  • Harcharan Bains I request again that the mountain of evidence being put forward on favour of paranormal reality may please be made the focus of this discussion. Mere subjective opinions or even beliefs for and against may please be kept out.
  • Harcharan Bains favour of. ...
  • Surinder Dosanj Many thing people or say wise people said not that they believed it but because they knew it that common people will have faith .they said those who do good deeds will again take birth as human beings or otherwise they will take birth as dogs, snakes or keere makore.what do you think that increase in human population is because majority is doing good deeds.
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  • Sarabjit Pandher What was born and what shall die?? The DNA in every cell of your body that forms the core of "life" has survived the entire process of evolution. For millions of years it was just passed on. You shall pass it on too. Every cell of the body with which w...See More
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  • Harcharan Singh no one can provide enough proof in favour or against this complex inquiry , ==== any belief which makes your present life comfortable is the best reply.
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  • Harcharan Bains Surinder Dosanj Any scientific reason for not exploring the possibility of paranormal truths/claims ? And let the arguments for and against be lifted out of personal prejudice/faith. And lets not cater to the grandstand and speak only on the basis of our knowledge of any painstaking research one way or the other. Have we for instance studied and analyzed all the material , claims, instances of "allegedly" real experiences and research done by people with scientific minds under observable and objective conditions? Have studied the subject enough to even form an opinion? Or are our pronouncements based merely on the utterly unscientific premise that "what I or anyone I know hasn't experienced, doesn't exist,"

    Lets talk again.

    Sarabjit Pandher. The immortality and infinite inter- changeablity of energy and matter are scientifically established facts, and no one can argue against the fundamentals of the " Nothing can be destroyed or created in this universe" tenet. By the way, gurbani also says something uncannily similar: jo kichh paaya so eko baar."

    But what we are discussing here is the paranormal possibility of forms retaining "memory" after what is perceived as death of the body. Does an individual survive death carrying memory packets across the almost invisibly thin line that divides life from death, and the normal from the para normal ?.

    And once again please let's share knowledge, not ignorance; opinions, not prejudices.

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