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Researchers say there's evidence that consciousness continues after clinical death
What Happens Then?
Science suggests 'no' but maybe these kind of things are beyond what we can prove? This needs some more thought…. Humans have always been fascinated with death and the idea of coming back to life. But is it really possible to come back from the dead? And what's the difference between a living creature and a dead body anyway?
My mum who is super religious and the kindest person i have ever know is struggling with serious illness. As i watch her get weaker and worn down i have begun to question where her God is in all this. I can't just believe that it all ends with our last breath, I've had a few dreams from loved ones who have passed that were too real to believe they were just a dream. I have to know that we will meet again one day. The thought of our connection and indeed all my connections with my loved ones ending is more than i can bear. I guess I'm looking and searching for ways to keep her with me and to know that it doesn't end but just changes into a spiritual form.
Sean Carroll, a cosmologist and physics professor at the California Institute of Technology, believes he has put the debate surrounding the afterlife to bed after extensively studying the laws of physics. He says for there to be an afterlife, consciousness would need to be something that is entirely separated from our physical body — which it is not. Rather, consciousness at the very basic level is a series of atoms and electrons which essentially give us our mind. The laws of the universe do not allow these particles to operate after our physical demise, according to Dr Carroll. In simple terms, the QFT is the belief there is one field for each type of particle. For example, all the photons in the universe are on one level, and all the electrons too have their own field, and for every other type of particle too.
THERE is NO life after death, according to one well respected physicist Dr Carroll writes in the Scientific American: “If it's really nothing but.
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