posted on Aug, 31 2011 @ 10:54 PM
I think there could be heaven if the consciousness does not need the physical brain to survive and if the consciousness retains information and could
even receive enhanced information. Then, there may be some kind of 3-D holographic place where the consciousness (with its unique information) goes
and can join other "deceased" consciousnesses. If God is a super-consciousness (like an unlimited supercomputer) with a sort of unlimited amount of
knowledge and love, then there may be an information exchange between the newly deceased and God in heaven.
The phenomenon of "your whole life flashing before you" when you die, could be an upload of all your information into a transitory state before it
connects with the holographic heaven and God.
Since humans have the capacity to love, it is logical that God loves.
Perhaps evil is confined to a combination of ignorance and psychiatric abnormality, both of which are not found in either heaven or God.
That's kind of how I think about these things.
No one can travel as fast as or faster than the speed of light because our physical bodies have mass and light is made of photons which do not have
mass. Anything that has mass is going to be slower in space than anything that has no mass. Interestingly, information has no mass, just like light.
So, it is possible for information to travel as fast as light. Perhaps the act of a deceased person's total information travelling to the place of the
holographic heaven creates the sensation of travelling through a tunnel toward a light, which may explain the NDE experience of travelling through a
edit on 31-8-2011 by switching yard because: fix word