posted on Oct, 18 2016 @ 07:13 PM
That never made any sense to me. When I was a kid we learned in Science class how things transform but they don't cease to exist. Water transforms
into ice if it get too cold. You later learn that neither mass nor energy can be created or destroyed. You then learn information can't be destroyed
or what Susskind calls distinctions between things.
So life is just part of a cycle of life and death and it never ceases to exist. Your thoughts and memories are energy and information. This is what
makes me distinct from you. How can this cease to exist?
You can say a person dies but that doesn't mean the person or the energy and information that's needed for every thought and memory ceases to exist.
So death is just part of the life death cycle and saying you cease to exist doesn't make much sense. This is why reincarnation makes a lot of sense.
A person's energy and information which contains all of their thoughts and memories is transformed to a new body. Saying you cease to exist has no
scientific basis. Saying die is scientific but saying you cease to exist isn't.
There's also growing evidence of a quantum mind. Which would explain why when people have near death experiences they usually become more aware when
they go through this experience. This is because the information that makes you, you would be spread out to all points in space. I was reading a case
recently where a women got into a bad car accident. She saw them putting her body into the ambulence and when she thought about the Hospital she was
there in the waiting room. Her mind wasn't entangled to her material brain and therefore she wasn't confined to the locality of her body.
So again, if there's scientific evidence that shows we cease to exist at death I would like to see it.
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