Bart wrote:Also It is clear that not all who believe they were Napoleon could have been him.
Anyhoo, just wondering what you think.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Population ... eck#Humansin 2000, a Molecular Biology and Evolution paper suggested a transplanting model or a 'long bottleneck' to account for the limited genetic variation, rather than a catastrophic environmental change. This would be consistent with suggestions that in sub-Saharan Africa numbers could have dropped at times as low as 2,000, for perhaps as long as 100,000 years, before numbers began to expand again in the Late Stone Age.
LoneWalker wrote:So does that mean DJ Droood that if a soul is merged it can't afterwards unmerge? - since before this possible bottleneck there were more than 20,000 souls and how about the neanderthals did they have souls? I'm not sure you're theory holds water - now how about some evidence for it?
Bart wrote:Bu than the case histories coming from India, sometimes make me think.
It makes me wonder, how do you solve this. It touches close to the concept of migrating souls and is there a soul anyway. If we can prove one case, would that prove anything.
LoneWalker wrote:@ DJ Drood if souls merged and now we have bits of souls isn't this heading towards the collective unconscious rather than direct reincarnation?
While I'm glad your reality is so nice if you're not going to offer even anecdotal evidence there's nothing to base discussion on so it gets very circular
Bart wrote:But than you would also have the Dalai Lama and all the Budhah's who claim that they are uniquely reincarnated and will fade out of existance at the end of their enlightenment. Can we give the current Lama a message for him to tell us in 20 years (10 years till he dies, kid needs to have some kind of coherent communication = 20 years)
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