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Originally posted by Misoir
I was reading that energy never dies it just changes form. Since humans are made up of alot of energy does that mean we never die? Maybe our 'spirits' are our bodies left over energy after we die? Please help me out!
Originally posted by Outlawstar
Indeed the fundamental laws of science tell us this, and therefore whether we go on or not afterward, our energy will go on, similar to the Egyptian belief in the KA.
Originally posted by muzzleflash
Ok you asked about this in relation to spirit. Here I shall elaborate on my theory.
Energy = MC^2
That means that everything that exists, is energy.
There is nothing that is not energy.
Therefore if "Spirit" exists, it MUST BE Energy also!
Originally posted by Bedlam
No. It means that matter (that's the M part) has an energy equivalence, if converted to energy. It doesn't mean that matter IS energy.
Originally posted by St Udio
a very cursery look at a black-hole would make you revise your hypothesis...
certain energies are trapped in a black-hole while higher energies are released in those energy beams excaping from the objects poles
which we see as Jets of gas/energy/gamma rays etc.
Originally posted by VonDoomen
how does this play into the theory that we may be living inside of a very advanced computer simulation?!
Originally posted by Sinter Klaas
reply to post by Bedlam
I've read somewhere a theory about matter.
It stated that all energy is effected by frequency and matter was energy at a very low frequency.
Do you know something about it ?
Are you open to alternative theories ?
Or do you think your master in physics what includes a lot of theories is the absolute truth.
Always good to know if I search for an explanation.
Oh... About black holes.
They are only recently considered proven to exist. Before this it was a theory. Still they have only seen the effects a black hole is supposed to have on it's surroundings.
Is there any proof of this or are the observations just what the equations say they should be.
Can you tell me how you know the energy from the energy beams comes from the accretion disc and not from the black hole itself ?