I'm not sure we're yet in an age of Atheism - worldwide there are probably still more theists out there then atheists.
Originally posted by kumar shinde:
In this age of computers and Atheism it is hard to believe this things
Originally posted by Rohit Nath:
Oh yeah I see ghosts everyday...
I know you will never believe me!
You got to see it to believe it...
Kkrrrrr............ (door opening)
Welcome to the Dark side of the world..!
Whoooha ha ha ha ha ha....!!!
Try comming to Javaranch at midnight and watch the moose ...
Spooky stuff I tell you...
[ March 08, 2007: Message edited by: Rohit Nath ]
Originally posted by John Meyers:
Really bored at work huh ? You had enough time to make a spooky moose
Human reasoning is clearly very limited (we have finite brains after all), but when I hear people say "there are some things reason doesn't explain" it sets off alarm bells in my mind. It is often followed by a theory which is then declared exempt from needing proof or reasoning because it is described as being beyond reasoning.
Originally posted by Ayub ali khan:
We always try to do a reasoning to find a solution. There are few things which are beyond human reasoning can understand.
Could it be possible that the feeling be explained by some other reason? What makes you consider the ghost option to be reality as opposed to another explanation?
I have not seen any ghost, but felt its presence once
I'm sorry, but I don't understand why either of these propositions must be true. The first says if X then Y, but I don't see why Y! The other says if X then �X must also be true, but again I'm not sure why. Neither appear to be inherently true to me.
I believe in GOD so do I believe in Ghosts.. If you think +tive exists, then -ve should be there...
Originally posted by irshad malek:
I have already told......
I am a ghost rider...so if anybody sees any kind of ghost, can contact me..
If you think +tive exists, then -ve should be there...
Originally posted by Srikanth Raghavan:
Sometimes I even wonder how we humans found that brain is the one that thinks and not our heart or liver.