Well, I need not contribute
further to your thread; that means little to me,
but I am not going to "forget it".
I have had several out-of-body experiences (tho not in this century).
I enjoyed them. I 'd love to have more of them.
U r perfectly welcome
to deem them to be "hallucinations"
No harm will come from that.
I know this "radio and radio-wave"-discussion about NDE.
But you let it look like a fact, but it's everything but that.
This sort of soul can't be measured, and as long this can't be measured,
we must (!) in the will of science assume that there isn't anythin like a soul,
because till now there is now evidence for it.
I deny that we "must"
assume what u wanna assume,
but u r certainly free to do so if u wanna. I support free speech.
Same for NDE, we must assume it as hallucination.
If u want, u can assume that heavier-than-air travel is impossible.
Its your choice. I will not inhibit it.
We need this materialistic view, to have solid base for this discussion.
U 'll do want u want. So be it.
I have a quantum-based hunch that there is a more intimate relationship
between consciousness and the universe that u choose to admit,
but I hope that u 'll have fun with your materialism; its harmless.
I wonder if u also deny the existence of the mind?
Is the mind in the brain?? In your anti-materialism, do u deny the existence of consciousness?
Do u measure consciousness? Do u measure life?
Do u measure fear?
Good luck with your measurements;
lemme know how that works out.