When she was just three years old, a friend’s daughter announced that her real name was Joseph.
At first, her parents thought this was comical, if also slightly puzzling.
But it became alarming as the girl, Sally, insisted she was a boy and that her parents, Anna and Richard, weren’t her real parents and their home city wasn’t her real home.
She was convinced that, as Joseph, she lived in a little house by the sea, with lots of brothers and sisters.
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That is not anti-scientific. It is a-scientific.
Sentience is not adequately explained by science. Whether it is reused is NOT scientifically answered by science (I am aware of some faith-based articles from the realm of science that tried and failed).
-- This from someone who is known for rebutting and shunning all things spiritual. I just found your comment narrow-minded and aggressive enough to take offense on the behalf of others. If you claim knowledge in the absence of data, then you are religious. Others don't necessarily share your faith.
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