Discussion in 'The Bar' started by DrivenByDemons, Jul 2, 2013.
Dude who wrote it made some stuff up. I know it's hard to belieb but he did.
Dude said bacteria ate his brain and he was unconscious but went to heaven. ER doc said she put him in a coma with drugs.
More like proof of a shit thread.
I havent seen him around lately. The rapture must of happened.
I made this thread just for him.
many years ago when my kids were little, i offered lots of their outgrown clothes to an acquaintance and she turned me down. said that her children would not need them because the rapture was coming soon. lol rapture. lol religion.
They never learn.
# 1 on the NYT best sellers list last time I checked, been meaning to download, thank for saving me the time
holy fucking shit plz tell me that's a ps
He sold 15 million copies.
In Proof of Heaven, Alexander writes that he spent seven days in "a coma caused by a rare case of E. coli bacterial meningitis." There is no indication in the book that it was Laura Potter, and not bacterial meningitis, that induced his coma, or that the physicians in the ICU maintained his coma in the days that followed through the use of anesthetics. Alexander also writes that during his week in the ICU he was present "in body alone," that the bacterial assault had left him with an "all-but-destroyed brain." He notes that by conventional scientific understanding, "if you don't have a working brain, you can't be conscious," and a key point of his argument for the reality of the realms he claims to have visited is that his memories could not have been hallucinations, since he didn't possess a brain capable of creating even a hallucinatory conscious experience.
I ask Potter whether the manic, agitated state that Alexander exhibited whenever they weaned him off his anesthetics during his first days of coma would meet her definition of conscious.
"Yes," she says. "Conscious but delirious."