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does your soul weigh 21 grams ?
#11
im still not convinced,having worked in the mortuary,i can share that bodily fluids wether being blood,urine,vomit,and liquidated feaces can exit the body just after death,which in most cases would be before arrival to a mortuary,so unless someone is weighed before and after death in a "normal death" if there is such a thing,it cant be measured accuratly.
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#12
Point taken.

But the idea of the soul being an electro-magnetic matrix carrying along with it a certain amount of water vapor may explain why ghosts are commonly associated with fogs, rain, thunderstorms, rivers, lakes, sea shores and even humid summer evenings. It may also explain some of the better "fog ghost" photographs.
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#13
very possible yes
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#14
Angel Wrote:21 gramms is the weight of a humming bird,a chocolate bar or five nickels.but some say this is the weight a person looses at the time of their death,could this be the soul leaving the physical body,

it is an interesting thought,but my personal views dont accept this as possible..

from death onwards you internal body tissues,enzymes etc start to break down,the pace of which this happens depends on the individual,gasses and fluid are lost too..
lets say a person dies with an injury..the loss of a limb,muscle,tissue,body fluids are all going to present with the loss of mass weight..

its like the old fashioned belief that an adult body has approx 8 pints of blood within it..utter rubbish..for those who believe this,can you really see a 22 stone man having the same amount of blood as a 8 stone man..im sorry but the larger man would be dead..you have roughly one pint of blood to each stone you weigh.

i cant see how a person whom is weighed before and after death wont see at times some reduction..but i certainly wont agree its the soul of the person whom has left..and even worse secenarios if you weigh them after a post mortem..
no angle it dose not and thanks for my emalil
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#15
your welcome hun,welcome aboard Big Grin
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#16
Let's suppose that this 21 gram theory is true.
Maybe then they should do the same test on various animals, it would help to settle the old argument of whether animals have souls and if they have, then we can find out if their souls are bigger or smaller than those of humans.
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monster_magnet Wrote:Let's suppose that this 21 gram theory is true.
Maybe then they should do the same test on various animals, it would help to settle the old argument of whether animals have souls and if they have, then we can find out if their souls are bigger or smaller than those of humans.

A somewhat related experiment was performed (and apparently replicated) during the 1930s by an American nuclear physicist named Dr. R. A. Watters, He killed mice inside a Wilson Cloud Chamber (a device for observing cosmic rays), and claimed that he could observe the mouse souls or life-matrixes rise up through the chamber, limned by cosmic rays.
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OldTimeRadio Wrote:A somewhat related experiment was performed (and apparently replicated) during the 1930s by an American nuclear physicist named Dr. R. A. Watters, He killed mice inside a Wilson Cloud Chamber (a device for observing cosmic rays), and claimed that he could observe the mouse souls or life-matrixes rise up through the chamber, limned by cosmic rays.

I just did some searching and found an article about Watters' esperiments - Very interesting. Perhaps I was a little too hasty to express my opinion that the 21 gram theory wasnt correct. While I still don't believe it can be that precisely measured I am willing to accept that the soul/spirit may have actual weight or mass to it.

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OldTimeRadio Wrote:A somewhat related experiment was performed (and apparently replicated) during the 1930s by an American nuclear physicist named Dr. R. A. Watters, He killed mice inside a Wilson Cloud Chamber (a device for observing cosmic rays), and claimed that he could observe the mouse souls or life-matrixes rise up through the chamber, limned by cosmic rays.

Really! I didn't think anybody would have did such a thing. So that settles the question of whether animals have souls, if he did indeed see their souls.

Now the question is, if they have a soul, why don't animals have morality. Maybe that's because morality is more a matter of brains than of souls.
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#20
According to what I read the soul is supposed to weigh around 6 ounces.

I cant recall exactly where I read it.
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