Evolution, Ghosts, Adam Eve Primates, Noah Ark Found, Moonwalk, Earth Age, Afterlife, Brett Keane

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Tons of videos of Ghosts and Spirits caught on Tape. Some Atheists claim to have witnessed Ghosts and visited Hell. This topic is almost impossible to refute. Humans are made of energy so the idea that we leave residue behind is a real thing.

Some people believe Adam and Eve were primates and due to disobeying God became human and bore their naked shame. Does this mean God is a primate? God has no single form. He is pure energy eternally manifested.

Ararat traditionally is associated with the mountain on which Noah's Ark came to rest at the end of the Flood. The Bible places the Ark in the mountains of Ararat, a mountain range theologians believe spans hundreds of miles, which the team says is consistent with their find in Iran. The Bible also describes the Ark's dimensions as being 300 cubits by 50 cubits -- about the size of a small aircraft carrier. The B.A.S.E.

Moonwalk Was moon landing faked?

The age of 4.54 billion years found for the Solar System and Earth is consistent with current calculations of 11 to 13 billion years for the age of the Milky Way Galaxy (based on the stage of evolution of globular cluster stars) and the age of 10 to 15 billion years for the age of the Universe. Some Christians and other groups say science is mistaken. Matt Powell debates Age of Earth | Click Me

For some scientists, however, purely scientific explanations of heavenly visions do not suffice. Emily Williams Kelly is a psychologist who works at the University of Virginia’s Division of Perceptual Studies, which treats the study of NDEs as legitimate science. Her résumé is impressive: she has degrees from Duke, the University of Virginia and the University of Edinburgh—not institutions one usually associates with the study of the supernatural or paranormal. Kelly has spent her career researching, as she puts it, “the interface between the brain and the mind.” Practically speaking, she interviews dying people and tries to find patterns among their similarities. Kelly believes the experiences of people who have had near-death visions demonstrate that consciousness exists even after normal brain function ceases. (She would seem to provide some corroboration for Eben Alexander’s claims.) This theory, she argues, could suggest explanations for the afterlife: “If our conscious experience totally depends on the brain, then there can’t be an afterlife—when the brain is gone, the mind is gone. But it’s not that simple. Even when the brain seems to be virtually disabled, people are still having these experiences.”

What is she saying? That upon death, people really go to another realm? And that science can prove it? Kelly shrugs. NDEs “tell us to open our minds and think there may be a great deal more to mind and consciousness—that’s as far as I’m willing to go.” Also, where and why did nature create chemicals that make death more peaceful for the victim? 

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