what happens after life?

Discussion in 'Science and Technology' started by billyjean305, Feb 8, 2009.

  1. billyjean305

    billyjean305 Member

    u die. well does science go in to this?
  2. raz5

    raz5 زینب

    science should find some answer to what happens when you die, religions have so many different answers to that you can't even listen to it.

    science angers and excites me at the same time. i get irritated when i don't have answers to things like that, i have my own philosophies but i want to know exactly what's ganna happen to me.
  3. meridianwest

    meridianwest Senior Member

    religion does not have 'answers'. religion, like science, only has speculations.

    you'll find out what happens after you die (if anything really happens at all) after you die.
  4. PsyGrunge

    PsyGrunge Full Fractal Force

    i think, realistically, there's only one thing you can do to find out.
  5. Wiseman

    Wiseman Senior Member

    Yeah. The mystery and possibility that something amazing lies beyond this life definitely gives you something to look forward to.
  6. raz5

    raz5 زینب

    i agree with that but it irritates me so much, scientists find out so many things one day they may just have a legit answer
  7. Wiseman

    Wiseman Senior Member

    I honestly don't think there's any way to tell. Because unless they find out a way to track a soul after the body dies, it's impossible.
  8. Therese Aline

    Therese Aline Slave to the man

    They'd first have to come up with a way to detect the soul. . .
  9. raz5

    raz5 زینب

    you never know what kind of shit they'll come up with
  10. Wiseman

    Wiseman Senior Member

    Yeah. True.
  11. jaredfelix

    jaredfelix Namaste ॐ

    i think it would resemble a dmt trip
  12. SunshineChild

    SunshineChild Mad Scientist

    Well, everyone I know who has had a near-death experience tells me about things going white / seeing a white light. It's not just them either.


    I feel it's better that I'm left with uncertainty, for my own sake.

    To the poster above, I had a seizure when I was 8 and from what I remember I think it resembled a DMT trip. I also think that sleep paralysis does too. Not sure if that counts or not, but maybe there's a connection between these experiences, near-death and the art of death, and tripping balls.
  13. billyjean305

    billyjean305 Member

    i think ppl need to accept that science doesnt have all the answers
  14. Scientists have determined that the electrical signals in your brain which make-up your consciousness stop firing, and your brain starts decaying and rotting. The victim in question may experience a hallucinogenic last moment because of interference from whatever is causing him to die (e.g. blood stops flowing to the brain).

    So the answer is: nothing. You cease to exist.
  15. LucidOne

    LucidOne Member

    A hallucination may happen, but scientists can't prove that what a person sees is a hallucination and not some kind of after life. The fact that some people may hallucinate doesn't prove there is no afterlife.

    I think there is some kind of after life. Not like in the christian sense though.
  16. liberer

    liberer Member

    we shall see how it goes one day, or maybe not.
  17. jamaican_youth

    jamaican_youth Senior Member

    You go into non existence, for eternity. Your time on this planet, in the universe, is over. People saying there's an after life just sounds like, probably is, wishful thinking. Most people are scared of death, so the thought that they don't really die, they just go onto something different, is comforting for them.

    One of the reasons religion is still so prominent, it gives those people that hope.
  18. MrDot

    MrDot Senior Member

    When you die, you enter a room, I then have rough anal sex with you.

    P.S. Don't worry, I'll be gentle ;D
  19. NeuMek

    NeuMek Member

    :pi think when you die ,gods will arrange for you everything .NO NEED WORRY!

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