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Date Posted: 08:03
Author: Anonymous
Subject: Re: No Brain = No Mind
In reply to: Eponymous-24Jan02 's message, "Re: No Brain = No Mind" on 08:01

Number one- Your reply to the statement,

"I think it is safe to say that in this body not much happens in the way of awareness without a brain."
"I think it is also safe to say that men of science can not honestly say if awareness continues after physical death.",
does indeed show that you are equating death with trauma in your attempt to argue your point.

Second, I am not curious about how anesthia works. The last time I spoke to a Physician about it, I was told that they really do not know how or why it works. This was in 1980 though.

BUT, if you are using it as an example to prove your point and do not know how and why it works then your example is bogus.

You HAVE been trying to equate death with trauma to the nervous system either by drugs or a physical trauma.

I will say it differently for you. Not even Mike Drake knows what happens when he dies. He doesn't know how anesthesia works, nor does he know how or even IF awareness exists without a nervous system. It's not a sin you know.

BTW there have been examples of patients watching their operations while their bodies were on the operating table rendered unaware by anesthesia. When questioned by doctors afterward, what they had observed was indeed what had taken place in the operating room.

Be honest Mikey.

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