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Old 02-13-2024, 07:47 PM
 
Location: Hickville USA
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The average lifespan is 80-90 years old.

It takes 8-9 months to have a baby.

Example, if you die at 90 years old, you will be immediately reborn after having lived in the womb for 9 months.

Same as if you die at 80 years old. You will be immediately reborn after having lived in the womb for 8 months.

Same as if you die at 70 years old. You will be immediately reborn after having lived in the womb for 7 months.

Some people live to be 100 and over. There are children that are born at 10 months.

People that have died in their 10's 20's,30's,40's,50's,60's are born at 1 month, 2 months, 3 months, 4 months, 5 months and 6 months.

Example. Someone in their 30's dies in a car crash. He/she is suddenly no longer in the womb. Premature birth

Someone shot and killed in their 40's is suddenly no longer in the womb. Premature birth.

You are an unborn baby right now somewhere. Whatever your age is, that is how old you are in a woman's womb as of this moment.

Is it possible that this is how the universe operates?
Yep, the Universe is just one big vajaja. Spitting out planets, stars, moons......sounds pretty painful even for our female Universe. This is bizarre, but I suppose since this thread was posted in 2021, that whoever blue777 is, they were tripping on acid? Indica? I don't know but it's just as plausible as any other theory.
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Old 02-14-2024, 12:15 AM
 
Location: Land of the Free
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Yep, the Universe is just one big vajaja. Spitting out planets, stars, moons......sounds pretty painful even for our female Universe. This is bizarre, but I suppose since this thread was posted in 2021, that whoever blue777 is, they were tripping on acid? Indica? I don't know but it's just as plausible as any other theory.
Hahaha!

The whole divide by 10 thing would also have been a problem a few hundred years ago when life expectancy was 40 years.
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Old 02-14-2024, 08:44 AM
 
Location: Albuquerque
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Have you ever wondered where those spirits will go, after the Earth becomes uninhabitable by humans? We're getting to that point, at breakneck speed. Where's the next "school"? I'm sure not coming back to this mess, here on Earth, no way!
I have never understood the idea that being human on planet earth is for schooling purposes. It makes no sense even if someone thinks your question is irrelevant, which I do not think it is, it is a good point.

I do think we are more than the sum of our physical parts but I don't think earth is a school for spirits, I think it is like Disneyland, we get together with others (what ever, entities, souls) and decide what kind of ride we want. Everyone has a map and when there is a convergence on several maps they all agree to be or do what ever is needed for each other at those junctures. Sometimes those are moments, sometimes they are hours, sometimes days, weeks or years. We choose the ride and we get to have the experiences. Once we "die" there may be other rides to take or contemplation or merging back in to the oneness or something, but from here we don't have the perspcetive to know what that is. Some people may get on the ride often, others, once or twice is enough and they go look for another ride on a different planet or plane of "existence" where the experiences are different.
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Old 02-14-2024, 02:32 PM
 
Location: NSW
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The average human life span up until 1850 was 35 years.

Are you saying up until that point, the average baby was born at 3.5 months gestation?
I will leave you to ponder the implication of that.


That's the best, polite response I can give to such a ridiculous premise.
Very good point I hadn’t often thought about.
As we know before modern medicine there was much more infant mortality as well as premature deaths.
Even someone with an autoimmune or chronic disease would have been in dire straits just 100 years ago.
As far as the OP and reincarnation goes, I don’t buy any of it.
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Old 02-15-2024, 08:00 AM
 
Location: North by Northwest
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As far as the OP and reincarnation goes, I don’t buy any of it.
It’s a creative premise, but there’s far too many plot holes. For one thing, given the extremely high rate of infant and childhood mortality before the advent of antibiotics (which is the main reason life expectancy was so low, as opposed to people routinely making it to adulthood but then dying in their forties), there would be a dramatic decline in miscarriages after the 1920s. I’m fairly sure that didn’t happen.
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Old 02-15-2024, 08:03 AM
 
Location: NE Mississippi
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Shouldn't we account for the increasing population?
For that matter, how would it work as population decreases?
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Old 02-16-2024, 03:57 PM
 
Location: Hickville USA
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Don't think there's a way to make this seem like a rational thought. You're right, it just doesn't fly. It's a turkey.
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Old 02-16-2024, 08:25 PM
 
Location: NSW
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It’s a creative premise, but there’s far too many plot holes. For one thing, given the extremely high rate of infant and childhood mortality before the advent of antibiotics (which is the main reason life expectancy was so low, as opposed to people routinely making it to adulthood but then dying in their forties), there would be a dramatic decline in miscarriages after the 1920s. I’m fairly sure that didn’t happen.
Some good points made.
But what are the stats on miscarriages, or stillbirths for that matter?
Not to mention that there would not have been rigid records and documentation of such events 100 years ago.
A bit like Covid records and reporting in some developing countries during the recent pandemic.
The plight of those dying before birth is also an unknown quantity, along with infant mortality itself.
Catholics used to talk of “limbo”, Born Agains have no answers to those questions.
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