Sunday, April 4, 2010

Resurrection and where heaven is? Between life rides.

Science attempts to explain heaven and how to experience it without dying.

There are the Dead Sea Scrolls and beliefs in reincarnation.

The ultimate in recycling you might say. All in all, it seems to get rather messy and overcomplexifabulocated in description.

Its just so much simpler to consider that nothing is lost only transformed. re: "Conservation of energy"
and with this in mind, does the record of information you have collected up in experiences just vanish away when you die?

What happens to the energy of that abstract information stored in a physical electrical form of your brain, when your brain stops and rots when you die?

Perhaps the body is just a vessel that constrains in it's way while allowing the experience of physical life for the time limit of the body. A trade off you might say. What are you willing to give up in order to experience life?

Resurrection from this point of view seems so .... like a ride at an amusement park.

And of course there is going to be a real and scientifically explainable chemical reaction upon death, and conception, and birth and all through experiences during life..... Its part of the contract you agree to, to experience the life ride. And of course to make it more fun, you have to forget enough of the "All" or summed "void" to really experience the ride. 

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