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quote:Originally posted by ebzZzZthis goes to show you should read the other postson the website and compare them,i refer you tohttp://www.thenakedscientists.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=818this shows the discrepancy in the laws of thermodynamics.There are biology papers that show there is a hidden inertiawithin cells.the mass actually increases once the organism knows it's about todie then the mass decreases to a level lower after death.
"(the first) Suddenly coincident with death . . . the loss was ascertained to be three-fourths of an ounce." "(the second) The weight lost was found to be half an ounce. Then my colleague auscultated the heart and and found it stopped. I tried again and the loss was one ounce and a half and fifty grains." "My third case showed a weight of half an ounce lost, coincident with death, and an additional loss of one ounce a few minutes later." "In the fourth case unfortunately our scales were not finely adjusted and there was a good deal of interference by people opposed to our work . . . I regard this test as of no value." "My fifth case showed a distinct drop in the beam requiring about three-eighths of an ounce which could not be accounted for. This occurred exactly simultaneously with death but peculiarly on bringing the beam up again with weights and later removing them, the beam did not sink back to stay for fully fifteen minutes." "My sixth and last case was not a fair test. The patient died almost within five minutes after being placed upon the bed and died while I was adjusting the beam."
There's a more significant error in the claims - if the body loses weight at the moment of death then the "soul" must be heavier than air, in which case "souls" must sink into the ground rather than float Heavenwards, as is often depicted...Chris