First, Ill ask this question to the non-religious people....the atheists or the "non-believers". Atheists seem to pride themselves on being realistic and basing their beliefs off of logic, reason, and science. As an atheist, what would it take for you to change your mind? What would you have to hear, see, or experience in order for you to believe in the idea of "god", the "afterlife", or anything along those religious ideas? Same question goes for the religious people in the crowd. Religious people seem to pride themselves on the idea of faith and the belief in a divine creator of all that exists. As a religious person, what would it take for you to change your mind? What are the things you would have to hear, see, or experience in order for you to concede that there is indeed no such thing as "god", or an "afterlife"?