Re: virus:"other reality"

John A (
Mon, 13 May 1996 19:01:22 -0500

Tom Loeber wrote:
> universe is steady-state. Death then is not a subjectively experienced
> phenomenon. We can only experience the death of others and they can
> experience our own deaths but we don't see ourselves as dead. In short a
> real-time reincarnation ocurrs. Maybe I jumped ahead too quickly
here. How
> many things could happen to stop your next breath? Did any of them
> I conjecture that at the point where everyone else might experience one's
> death, the person who died loses the ability to perceive until similar
> enough conditions evolve again that lack that cause of death. In
short, we
> die every moment and are remanifested immediately to our own perspective
> with no lack of continuity.

What about our bodies? Are you suggesting that our minds jump from body
to body? This sounds like mysticism...

> Universe is the only totally regenerative system.

I have thought a bit about this idea; I would like to see it discussed
but I don't have time right now.

> Should I go on? Any reasonable excitation out there?

I think we should discuss much of what you said, but again, I don't have
time at the moment :( sorry.

John Aten