Liz, (and Dan)

When people die they vanish from existence. To believe otherwise may be 
comforting, but it's just superstition..

There must be a living human body to produce a human consciousness. 


On Wednesday, January 15, 2014 2:03:42 PM UTC-5, Liz R wrote:
> I have to agree I don't think Edgar posted any links to his business or 
> blog. Indeed if he had posted links to a blog on his theory I would 
> certainly have looked because the explanations here have been less than 
> clear.
> I haven't criticise Edgar for a lack of immediate response once, never 
> mind on several occasions. I have criticised his lack of any response to my 
> questions when  he's replied to other things but obviously can't or won't 
> answer me. (I am still thinking of starting a thread on outstanding 
> questions to Edgar, but tbh I can't be bothered because I know it won't get 
> me or any of us anywhere.)
> On the subject of grief, I have wondered about that too. One reason is 
> that I don't know that, say, QTI is correct. But I think the main one is 
> that I personally have lost that person forever. My best friend was 
> murdered in 1995, for example, and that is someone I will never see again. 
> Likewise my father, who died over 10 years ago now. If they're still alive 
> and well somewhere in the multiverse that's a bit of a comfort but I don't 
> know that. Maybe I will realise it eventually, when I'm 150 say...

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