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'The Fountain of Youth'

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posted on May, 18 2011 @ 07:07 PM
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Originally posted by Immortalgemini527
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i wonder can god die?



Dying is an event and therefore needs time to occur. If you believe your deity to be greater than what is held within this space time continuum where time does not function, and thus eternity is possible without change, then your deity cannot die.




posted on May, 18 2011 @ 07:15 PM
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Originally posted by sprocket2cog
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Yes, god dies a thousand deaths every day, only when we face death can we truely be alive..
death comes on many levels..
en.wikipedia.org...
but god also goes though birth thousands of times a day.. so in the sense of just this world and 3d construct, death isn't same for god as it is for us..
but i believe he experiences it


Death means end of existence which causes separation from the deity, AKA hell. Separation from what I assume is the deity being spoken of here. So how can the deity in question be separated from itself?

Death in a human sense as we know it is the ceasing of biological function, or its electronic cycle. The same is true for a computer when you turn it off. If you save the memory and load it into another system it can be resurrected. However that is up to the deity, the supreme being, unless we can find a way to save the memories of the human brain and load it into a new system. Maybe upload the memories into a super human body like the supreme being does it.
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posted on May, 18 2011 @ 10:25 PM
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You right to suggest death in a "human way" is like that,
but i just wonder about how god feels death as we die, as we are all a part of the whole.
theres so much to learn if we ask,
if we choose to know more.



posted on May, 20 2011 @ 08:23 AM
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Yes, I would drink from it. But I always understood that it wouldn't give you eternal life from one drink. It "restores the youth". To me that means you would have to keep drinking from it.

I don't want to live forever, but I would like to be around for, say, 300 years. When you look back and see how much the world has changed from when my grandfather was a kid until now, it's amazing. There is no way he could have imagined what today would be like. And the amount of progress in those 70 years only takes a fraction of that time now. We can't comprehend what the world will be like in 30 years, so it would be cool to be around to see what 300 years will bring.

And since (to me) drinking once doesn't make you immortal, you can always stop drinking whenever you grew tired of being alive.



posted on May, 20 2011 @ 08:29 AM
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Depends.

If we get our act together, I'll consider taking it, but only after a decade or so has passed to make sure that there's no major side effects. I'm already taking a lot of antioxidants in my diet. I've been a smoker since 13, am 28, and look like I'm 23.



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