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An Atheist Afterlife
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An Atheist Afterlife

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by Isuru Abeysinghe
 

A scientific theory about the possibility of an afterlife from an atheist perspective. This short and concise document deals within the realm of observable science and basic mathematics to argue that all humans are inherantly immortal. This work brings together the principals of statistical opportunity, chaos theory, set theory and recent discoveries about the big

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A scientific theory about the possibility of an afterlife from an atheist perspective. This short and concise document deals within the realm of observable science and basic mathematics to argue that all humans are inherantly immortal. This work brings together the principals of statistical opportunity, chaos theory, set theory and recent discoveries about the big bang to present an argument that is both philosophical and scientific - without resorting to any mythological or supernatural assumptions.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940044707979
Publisher:
Isuru Abeysinghe
Publication date:
07/07/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
425,148
File size:
43 KB

Meet the Author

My life has generally been devoted to the pursuit of technical ambitions, being a graduate of Software Engineering and working for a financial services company as a software developer. However, I have many interests in humanities - history and politics mainly - providing fuel for my creative outlet of writing. I try and integrate equal parts of bleak and almost brutal analysis together with sardonic comedy to produce works that I hope will offer new perspectives and reflect actual social issues in the real world.

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An Atheist Afterlife 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book makes zero sense, regardless of the reader's belief or non-belief.