Thursday, April 7, 2011

On Peake, Hammond, Paul, and Afterlife

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For thousands of years the main objection to the theory of
life after death as espoused in the Bible and Christianity
has been that “dead brains can’t dream”, but now we see that
the time dilation principle of Peake and Hammond has totally
ruled that historic objection out of court forever. It turns
out that the virtual reality Afterlife dream takes place,
just as St. Paul said, in a split second before death while
the brain is still alive, but because this highly compressed
dream is viewed by the dearly departed in real proper time,
this afterlife dream appearas to be occurring after death.

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