I can perform a simple experiment to either disprove karma or to render it useless as the moral compass of our morality.
Please ask if you are interested.
I will start off the discussion by asking this question below.
Is karmic action over our next life guaranteed ?
This is a yes or no question.
If yes, it means one can expect to receive the karmic action of his past life.
If yes, then I can design a simple experiment to disprove karma.
If no, if means one might or might not receive the karmic retribution of his deeds in the past life. It simply lacks guarantees or predictability.
Think about the implication if you say no. It then means if one's reason to do good is because he wants to break the bad retribution, but since this retribution is not guaranteed, then it becomes bloody useless.
Please debate if you agree with me, or ask questions.
This post has been edited by puchongite: Apr 4 2020, 06:37 PM
Karma is untrue or useless, A serious discussion