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Is The Death a Portal?

 
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01/10/2013 08:15 PM

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Is The Death a Portal?
Or not, or something like. YOU GLPs tell me please.


'With all the stresses and distractions in our daily lives, we forget that death is as natural a process as life itself. It seems more like a question for philosophy and religion, but science can help illuminate as well.

As the famous British philosopher and mathematician Bertrand Russell reminded us, we are all destined to die. Me, you, our friends and family, even the universe will one day flicker out.

So then ask yourself, how are butterflies born? They are born thanks to death itself.

What? Think of it: this most beautiful of creatures was once a not so beautiful caterpillar (but then again beauty is in the eye of the beholder) >>> [link to s3.amazonaws.com] [link to www.all-hd-wallpapers.com]

For those of you who have read my previous columns, you may remember the Taoist concept of Yin-Yang where birth becomes death and death becomes birth. Any scientist worth his weight will admit he or she does not know for certain what happens after death just like he or she can’t tell you what happened before the big bang.

But what they can say is that, whatever happens, it will continue to be part of a process that is inexorably tied to the evolution of the universe. Despite being convinced that we are separate from other things and other people what we have learned from quantum mechanics is that we are not.

Just look up the famous 1935 EPR thought experiment (designed by Albert Einsten, Boris Podolsky and Nathan Rosen). The effort’s sole purpose was to discredit quantum mechanics. I won’t ruin it for you but the results, to Einstein’s dismay, only helped prove quantum mechanics and show how fundamental these connections in the universe truly are. In essence, what we are really afraid of is that our sense of self will die (along with our physical bodies to which our sense of self has gotten so attached).

Current research in neuroscience is now revealing how our notion of free will (our ability to consciously choose one thing over another) is a mere illusion. Just like everything else in the universe, it is an inevitable process of cause and effect which started 13.7 billion years ago …



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