Life After Death is Impossible, According To Science

No one really actually seems to know what happens after death. Is this life it? Some believe that nothing happens after death and our bodies simply decompose. Others believe that there’s got to be more to life than that. Maybe we get reincarnated or maybe we go to heaven. No matter what it is that you believe, a California scientist has made the claim that life after death is actually impossible.

The scientist seems to have a good reason to believe he has an answer for the phenomenon that has made centuries of scientists and spirituals wonder. This is what he had to say.

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Death From A Biological Sense

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How do we define death? Scientifically, the moment of death is when the electrical activity in their brain stops. Death is when a person has suffered irreversible damage to their circulatory and respiratory functions and their brain is dead. At that point, life is simply over. Irreversible and irreparable damage to the heart and lungs will quickly and inevitably lead to entire brain death.

From a biological perspective, the moment we die, and our brain is declared dead, any form of consciousness and life simply stops and leaves our bodies. That’s it. Nothing happens after that.