>Well, OK but ..... I think the recent experiments subjecting human brains
>electrical stimulation which thereby produces "religious like" effects in
>patient is pretty strong support for the atheistic side and needs to "keep
Something you wrote caught my attention.
I disagree that this is strong support for the atheist/materialist. Consider
I see a chair in front of me, and any reliable measure of brain activity
will capture that. Does that mean that since "it is in my brain", therefore
the chair does not exist? Alternatively, if one were to stimulate the
appropriate areas in my brain so as to give rise to the memory of a chair in
my consciousness, does it necessarily imply that "it is all in my brain" and
therefore, again, chairs do not exist (or that chair never existed)?
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