This Sarge guy. He posted on August 26, 2008.Sarge_Jr wrote:Dependant that actual 'Life' as we view it is built by our brain, There is a very slim chance that part of that will carry on to somewhere else in a way. Possibly a fragment of consciousness will slip through time after the bodies main systems die and decompose. It may also depend on how one's death is caused; A gunshot wound to the head (brain) may lower the possibility of some form of consciousness to slip through time. However, if the mind is as smart as we know it to be, maybe it could escape the body in some way.
Sadly there is no way we can know this. However if the human body has a spiritual alternative, theres also a chance of that existing somehow. Then theres the dialema of religion, which is based around the theory that the bodies spirit goes to either Heaven or Hell, dependent on how good you've been.
But if you think about it logically, it would only make sense if the human body is just a organic machine, that we die and cease to exist for the rest of time.
Coming to a conclusion on this subject will prove difficult in so many different ways...
Now this is one, well-thought out commentary.
Overall, (he) posted but 16 times or so.