You would find the following links very interesting.
Can we be sure that the world we experience is not just a figment of our imaginations?
If we encountered alien life, chances are we wouldn't recognise it - not even if it were here on Earth
The more we find out about how the brain works, the less room there seems to be for personal choice or responsibility
However you look at it, the answer seems to be "maybe"
How does the brain, with its diverse distributed functions, come to arrive at a unified sense of identity?
2000 years of rational enquiry may be approaching their crowning glory. Just one more push could be enough
We have all wondered if there is an afterlife, but only a few are brave - or foolish - enough to try and find out
All species are fated either to die out or to evolve into something else - all except humans, who have a chance of a transcendent future