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neebob Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Sep-23-06 01:57 PM
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23. I've always thought the fact that animals
down to the level of, say, a fish or a snake have observable, unique personalities is one of the biggest pieces of evidence - I would go as far as to say proofs - that there are no souls and therefore no afterlife. I'm sure there are people who would say fish and snakes have unique personalities. And who's to say bugs and bacteria don't have them as well.

To your second question - and just so you know, I'm not someone who believes in an afterlife - wouldn't that be a weird surprise, to get to heaven and find out it's full of rocks!
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