When we die, are we really gone?

Does your consciousness really shut off when you die? And how does Einstein's view of time affect how we think of death?


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3 comments:

  1. maybe when we die , we turn into dark matter ? Lol main stream science you now have been put on notice ! we the people of America know that dark matter is nothing more than a load of crap ! Next time your model for the Universe fails you, scrap it and start over. Do not, and I repeat, do not , make up a substance like dark matter to compensate the flaws of your model ! next time try another force that is capable of holding a rotating galaxy together, it's called electromagnetism ! please cause this is getting stupid now

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    1. What about the visible lensing effect? Electromagnetism is not able to bend light and distort spacetime.

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  2. consciousness is an illusion, a construct into our intelect, to die is like being in coma forever, like eternal sleeping without dreaming.

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