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I have a theory, but I want to see what you guys say first.

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Erin

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//"So when we die I think our energy leaves our body and..."//

In your theory, what form is this energy in? heat? electricity? what?

 

nothing can "pass through" a black hole, btw...not even light.

 

there was recently a great thread about the neuroscience of the "seeing the white light" thing, can't find it, but was good...thought i had saved it, but, can't find it.

 

fun to think about!

btw, Erin, you have a creative mind!

 

here is intersting thread on the Near Death Experience (NDE)

 that you might enjoy:

http://atheistuniverse.net/group/thenakedape/forum/topics/6381005:T...

Thank You. I've got a Writers Mind (1000+ Stories) but a Gorillas typing skills. lol

Black holes emit radiation.

AH, GOOD POINT, it is theorized black holes do this.

in what form, does a dead human's energy convert to in your theory?

A kind of electrical energy. Not sure really (It's a theory after all) But it is proven that energy never gets destroys, it just changes.

well, electrical energy leaving a corpse could be measured!  i think it could be measured, anyway.

it is a good thing to explore our own theories.

 

as i mentioned earlier, in my theory, our energy is converted to heat, and dissipates into the air around our corpse, leaving us room temperature, which would feel 'cool' or 'cold' to human touching the skin.

 

in dead ppl, the electricity in their skulls and hearts has been proven to stop. 

 

It doesn't stop it is just absent from the body.

Many people like to believe in the idea of a soul, and we often look to the empirical world to bolster our religious or spiritual beliefs, searching for corroborating physical evidence. Just such scientific proof seemed to come in 1907,when a Massachusetts doctor named Duncan MacDougall devised experiments that he expected would actually measure the soul. Using six terminally ill patients on a specially-constructed scale bed, he measured their weight before, during, and after death. His results were mixed, but he concluded that there was indeed a very slight loss of weight, 21 grams on average.

So the soul is measurable. 21 Grams on average.

Not quite a "theory" yet, I'm afraid. On what do you base these speculations? Or if you prefer, which part of the science of death have I missed? 

Black holes?
They have nothing to do with us mere animals.

Read this instead:

http://www.scientificamerican.com/podcast/episode.cfm?id=exactly-wh...

Yeah, "energy" is released when all your molecular bonds break down. Doesn't go very far though as it helps feed the worms or light-up the inside of a crematorium.

"You" and the brain that sustained it cease to function. Depending on how you die, the shutdown sequence will vary but all the roads lead to naught.

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