I've experienced an OBE and stand by my statement. The experience is something seemingly otherworldly but does not itself prove afterlife. One can believe it does, but belief is not proof. Same thing for certain consciousness altering chemicals. Perhaps they expand consciousness in such a way that they allow us to temporarily experience alternate "possible" realities (in the quantum sense). I love the theory, but it is just theory.
The physicist referenced in the article we're all commenting on was refered to as holding to a biocentric theory.
I must be willing to give up what I am in order to become what I will be. Albert Einstein
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