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|Subject: Re: Civil War||Date: 4/6/2011 6:04 PM|
|Author: salaryguru||Number: 32272 of 101923|
In Dr. Ken Ring's book Life At Death he devotes a whole chapter to the connection between near death experiences and the holographic universe theory
Hmmmmm... I'm not seeing a lot of peer reviewed literature in this bio: http://www.near-death.com/experiences/experts04.html
In c book Where God Lives he devotes several pages to the connection between NDEs and the holographic universe theory.
This wacko??? http://www.melvinmorse.com/light.htm
And Harding??? Isn't he the nitwit Jamaican Senator and professor of Philosophy with incredibly dubious credentials?
Anyone can write a book, Art. A body of work that involves peer review and significant references to other peer reviewed work is the stuff of real researchers.
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