On Fri, 1 Dec 2006 20:33:46 +0200, "Ioannis" <morpheus@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Assumption or not, life after death is very likely a hoax. Anyone who's ever
>had general anesthesia, knows very well: There's NOTHING while you're under.
>NOTHING. Zip. Nada. Nonexistence.
I stopped worrying about death when I came to the realization that I
spent around 13 billion years being dead before I was born. I don't
recall it being unpleasant at all, so why be too concerned about being
dead again someday?
The NOTHING you experienced before being born probably makes the
NOTHINGNESS of general anaesthesia seem very lucid!
Chris L Peterson