Krishna Tiwari: It's my belief too that there's a soul (laughing), but I, scientifically I don't know.
Prabhupāda: Your, your, your belief is also based on some scientific data.
Krishna Tiwari: No. No. Beliefs can be anything. But I can believe he's out to kill me. He can believe I'm a bad man.
Prabhupāda: No, no.
Krishna Tiwari: Belief has no foundation.
Krishna Tiwari: Not necessarily foundation.
Prabhupāda: Belief, belief is there. Fact is not belief. Fact is fact.
Krishna Tiwari: Well fact has to be established.
Prabhupāda: Established? Is established. I say, I say that this is the distinction between dead man and living man.
Krishna Tiwari: Will that extend to animals also?
Prabhupāda: Anyone. Anyone.
Krishna Tiwari: According to our Hindu philosophy, I understand everything has a soul.
Prabhupāda: Yes, yes. Everything. Everybody has a soul.
Krishna Tiwari: Well, that makes me doubtful, because if I go into my laboratory and I can create as many souls as I like. I can breed animals, as many as them I like.
Prabhupāda: You cannot create. The souls are already there. You can find out...