Zen Physics: The Science of Death, the Logic of Reincarnation
For the millions of readers who searched for answers in How We Die and Embraced by the Light, this book puts forth a profound, forthright, and elegant argument that combines the tenets of Buddhism with hard scientific data to prove the existence of reincarnation.
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