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Do you believe in a life after this one? Or do you believe that we simply turn to ashes when we die?
Many of us have come to grow up and fathom an afterlife, a life after our earthly one that exists when our bodies retire. Our souls are a powerful force. So powerful that once we leave our corporeal bodies, our consciousness transcends toward a separate, higher realm.
Added by Robert Greenough on January 31, 2016 at 7:30pm — No Comments
The multiverse theory is a hotly debated topic within the scientific community, whether it be true or not. There have been multiple depictions of the multiverse theory in various media, often involving shabby fictional physicists telling us all that there are different versions of ourselves.
That’s essentially what the multiverse theory is all about for the average folk: a theory that asserts different versions of the universe and of ourselves, separated by dimensional rifts…Continue
Added by Robert Greenough on January 24, 2016 at 5:16pm — No Comments
Is the story of Noah’s Flood simply a rewritten version of a story found in the Epic of Gilgamesh? Some people actually believe that the biblical story of Noah’s Flood was not historical at all, and was borrowed from flood legends in Mesopotamia, especially the Epic of Gilgamesh.
Dating from the Third Dynasty of Ur (circa 2100 BC), the Epic of Gilgamesh is often regarded as the first great work of literature. It is contained on 12 large tablets. Perhaps the most interesting story in…Continue
Added by Robert Greenough on January 17, 2016 at 5:58pm — No Comments
Did Moses borrow the 10 commandments from the Egyptian book of the dead?
It sure looks that way. Apparently, the 10 commandments are based on statements made in chapter 125 of the Egyptian Book of the Dead. The existence of the Egyptian Book of the Dead was known as early as the Middle Ages, however, it was translated much later in the 19th century by a number of Egyptologists and linguists.
Added by Robert Greenough on January 10, 2016 at 6:27pm — No Comments
What makes humans different from other animals? What makes us unique? Our clothes? Well, yes…unless you dress up your pet.
First of all, we are slightly different physically from other animals. Like we have an upright posture. Unlike other primates, we walk on two legs and this frees our hands to do all kinds of things that apes can’t do. We have lesser hair than our primate cousins, and we have opposable thumbs. Primates also have opposable thumbs, by the way. What makes us different…Continue
Added by Robert Greenough on January 3, 2016 at 7:49pm — No Comments
Unlike other tangible things, human culture doesn’t leave fossils behind. Except for written accounts from ancient materials and observations made by different scientific disciplines, we don’t have much to use in order to gain insights about the past. That’s what makes human culture a sensitive and contentious subject of study.
But, don’t worry. There are still ways to revisit ancient civilizations and get to know the earliest culture without reading too many books. Since primitive…Continue
Added by Robert Greenough on December 6, 2015 at 7:28pm — No Comments
Where do we come from? Were we made in the image of God? Or did we evolve from apes, gorillas, and chimps? Well, when Charles Darwin published his book On the Origin of Species in 1859, he argued for the idea of the evolution of new species from earlier ones. And it was suggested that there’s a link between humans and primates. http://bit.ly/1lr1v94
Added by Robert Greenough on December 1, 2015 at 7:30pm — No Comments
Can anything survive the harshness of time and space?
According to science, nothing can outsmart our greatest nemeses – time and space. That is why, concepts of immortality, body and mind dualism, and the soul should remain in fiction stories or in religious superstition.
Would you be surprised if there are scientific evidences that suggest that the soul does? Read more at http://bit.ly/1EtJI9K
Added by Robert Greenough on April 22, 2015 at 8:42pm — No Comments