shadowcass wrote:Oh, and Humphreys? Other people HAVE witnessed abductions as well as the sudden return of people who have been abducted. But naturally you wouldn't know that since I'm willing to bet you haven't spent any time really looking into it.
And it wouldn't have taken much effort on your part, either.
Watching Bud Hopkins' lecture here:
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid ... 887419105# would have filled you in on the "physical evidence" and "witnesses" which you claim don't exist.
Who are you really? Joe Nickell?
(The witness thing comes up during the question and answer session).
I'm linking you to this because I wouldn't ask you to read the books by Mr. Hopkins or by Dr, John Mack (who was Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and who would have disagreed with your interpretation of the phenomena).
humphreys wrote:As for religious experiences, these are no more proof of a god than dreams are proof of dream worlds. All these experiences prove is that someone felt they were in contact with a god or supreme being, without objective evidence that they were really in communication, my hypothesis that these people were experiencing natural brain states is just as valid, especially so now we can create mystical like experiences in a lab by stimulating the brain.
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