One thing about these two-life models is that the second life is considerably longer, usually infinitely longer, this means that the probability is infinitely high that this is the afterlife.
I don't follow this reasoning. Duration doesn't determine probability. Unless you are referring to, oh never mind. But could you deduce this a little for me because I don't see how you can determine it. If there are two examples, one short duration and the other "infinite" duration. How is it the first would be the second?
I always like how people flip flop infinity with eternity. As if they almost reject infinity because of it's problems and somehow find comfort in eternity instead. I simply can not imagine anything or things that I would want to do or have for eternity.
If there is a god, maybe this is why he wanted to create other beings. So they could suffer with him and his boredom. If you knew everything what is there to discover? If you understood everything, what is there to learn? If you could do everything perfectly, what is there to practice? If you could perform everything perfectly, what is there to be proud of or accomplish? Absolutely nothing.