Well put. The word 'energy' I think suffers almost as much as the word 'quantum' when it comes to supernatural new age-y stuff.Energy does not go anywhere. It remains in the universe. Energy is neither destroyed nor created. Energy is not some spiritual term that describes some ephemeral diffuse gas. It is a physics term that describes how \"work\" is done. To change something from one state to another, one needs energy. The energy in our body that performs work in the form of neural electric impulses, action potentials, etc is simply not used when we die and diffuses to the outer environment. We expend energy all day and it is transferred to work or remains unused. This is no different from death.
Oh yea, she did see herself dead. It was a glitch in death. God has Geek Squad working on it. It'll be back up and running in no time. That's why God created geeks, to do his bidding when his own creations(death) fail.Did any Aussies hear of that woman on the news who says she saw herself dead? I realize this is a common tale of people who have 'come back'. But it does make me wonder. I used to think, maybe its just wishful thinking, kinda like if you believe you'll go to (whatever you believe), and you dont, you'd feel let down wouldnt you, so to make up for your missjudgement, you might say you went there, like believing your own lie? Well thats what I thought.
But then I started thinking, why can some of these people recall exactly what was going on in the room, if they were dead? Why is everyones 'journey' to the otherside personalized? Why some firm athiests come back believing?
I still dont believe in a 'god' or higher intelligence or religion, but Im started to think that 'matter' in the universe is energy, energy is matter, if you are energy, where does the energy go after you die? What if your energy is 'recycled' back into the earth? Im thinking there is more of a scientific reason behind this.
Hmm have I been watching too many science and the universe docos lately? lol
:squeezeI'm terrified of the concept of death. It's comforting to try to believe that there is life after death, but I really don't think there is, and it's something I don't like to think about.
Philosophy has to be logical? Who says? Philosophy is not science.What you just described is not philosophy, but some weird mysticism/religious nonsense. Philosophy is based on logical arguments that can be clearly defined and followed through. Putting together random theories made out of the blue does not constitute philosophpical thinking. Just wanted to clear that up. I am getting sick of everyone claiming that some random voodoo happenings that occured somehow constitute their personal philosophy.
LOL that's the problem.. I don't think too logically.. I don't really care either.. I like that I don't. I like that I think different from most.. You probably think I'm a weirdo but it's cool.. I am who I am.. Don't judge me because of my thoughts and beliefs.. I'm not judging you.. It's kinda funny actually..You dont make any sense. Where is the logic in anything that you say?