What exactly makes that more unlikely than the opposite? The only reason to believe in reincarnation is some homely belief that the soul is indivisible and eternal, and not just a by-product of the brains operation. But to be honest what's the point of a soul without memories and experiences? Since we start knowing very little and basically have to learn our way into life, that suggests that's not part of some indefatigable soul but to be that diminishes the point of having a soul at all.Reincarnation makes sense to me, because if you only live one life, the probability that you are alive at any given moment is extremely low.
You crazy? When you're a tapeworm with a good attitude, you may get to be a grasshopper next. I wouldn't wanna live in a world were my character level gets reset every round.But to be honest what's the point of a soul without memories and experiences?
They're occupied or they wouldn't be. The best thing we could do would be to make this planet inhabitable. This would force all our souls into the spiritual kingdom. No more living in the dirt and such.There is a practically infinite supply of rats and bacteria though.