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The Life After Death Project (2013)

Not Rated | | Documentary | TV Movie 15 May 2013
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A fascinating quest for proof of life after death -- a true-life enigma that begins with one small, odd incident and mushrooms into a huge scientific inquiry into apparent messages from the 'Other Side.'

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Whitley Strieber ...
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A quest for proof of life after death. Four New York Times best-selling authors, three top science professors and three well-respected mediums make a leap into the unknown, investigating astonishing evidence in the case of apparent "After Death Communication" (ADC) from Sci-Fi luminary Forrest J Ackerman. We journey from spiritualists to skeptics, and from chem labs to ground-breaking computer software that may enable communication between the living and the deceased. Written by Paul Davids

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If you're out there, give us a sign

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Dreadful Drivel
21 December 2015 | by (Cleveland, Ohio) – See all my reviews

It's hard to go through life without something weird happening to you. We've all had strange coincidences or things that seem meaningful. We were thinking about someone at the moment they call, or we had a dream that came true the next day. Yet we forget all the things in life that aren't coincidences. Pattern-making like that is part of what makes us human. It's part of the survival instinct bred into us by evolution.

However, it takes on a different tone when we hunt for those coincidences and correlations. Then it is known as "clutching at straws." This film is 90 minutes of straw-clutching. For example, the filmmaker has a sheet of paper on which a mysterious ink smear appears. He has it analyzed, but glosses over the part where the analyzer tells him it's essentially printer ink, and focuses on how the analyzer can't quite explain how it happened. I'm in IT and I can't explain why printers and computers do some of the weird stuff they do, too.

It's one thing to have a weird, unexplainable thing happen to you. It's quite another to take that leap and call it supernatural. Instead of watching this doc where they play tiny bits of an interview with Michael Shermer, you'd be far better off reading his book "Why People Believe Weird Things."


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