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Are your cells afraid of death?

 
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Are your cells afraid of death?
Millions of the cells in your body die - skin cells, intestinal cells, even brain cells die every day. (new brain cells are born in the hypocampus) Do they know they are about to die? Do they fear death and hang onto life in desperation? Do your brain cells go to heaven or hell when they die?
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Re: Are your cells afraid of death?
why does it interest you ?
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Re: Are your cells afraid of death?
They are, but I am not.
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Re: Are your cells afraid of death?
probably. it is these emotions that provide the impetus to keep living...i imagine it is scary for all things to know existence on this plane is fleeting...hence the invention of religion amongst our species. 5 stars good question!
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Re: Are your cells afraid of death?
why does it interest you ?
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We begin life as a single cell. That cell multiplies into the billions - if not trillions - to become a human being. If that single cell - or any single cell - is not afraid of death, then generally speaking, why does the conglomerate whole being become afraid of death? If your thoughts and the essence of what makes you "you" originates in your brain, from the single cells that compose your brain, then does the death of a single brain cell as a representative essence of a small part of you go to heaven or hell? If half of your brain were killed in a stroke, would that half's soul depart to heaven or hell? If it's a synergistic effect here, then perhaps an individual's soul does not rest in our individual cells, but either doesn't exist or exists apart from our cells. It's those comparison concepts I am interested in. OP
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Re: Are your cells afraid of death?
Best Thread Ever!
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Re: Are your cells afraid of death?
YOU JUST FLIPPED ME OUT...
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Re: Are your cells afraid of death?
Millions of the cells in your body die - skin cells, intestinal cells, even brain cells die every day. (new brain cells are born in the hypocampus) Do they know they are about to die? Do they fear death and hang onto life in desperation? Do your brain cells go to heaven or hell when they die?
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Most accept their fate, but there are a few "bad apples." That's where cancer comes from, cells that refuse to die and bond together.

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