The obvious riposte:
I think it was proven that the heart does not reside in the soul with the advent of heart transplants. If you get a new heart, do you get a new soul? Are you soulless for the period of transition?
I seem to recall many recipients of heart transplants occasionally speaking of all sorts of strange and alien experiences living with someone else's heart. But my point was perhaps too cryptically expressed. Science, it seems to me, is ill-equipped to tell us anything definitive about a concept unknown to science. Yes, neuroscience may well unpack many of the secrets of our living consciousness. But a soul is eternal. It may be dismissed as such by scientists. But they can't disprove something not susceptible to proof. They can merely try to delegitimize those of us who take the unprovable seriously.