Scientist: Life after death 'is impossible'

World November 9, 2017 11:03

florida - For everybody who believes it is a hard laugh: according to scientist Sean Carroll, there is no 'life after death' because it is simply impossible, according to the laws of nature. Carroll says that your consciousness must then become completely separate from your body. And that's not possible.

'Consciousness is a series of atoms and electrons that give us our minds,' said Professor Carroll of the University of California. According to the laws of the universe, these atoms and electrons do not allow us to continue if our bodies have gone. 'There is absolutely no chance within the physics laws that information stored in our brain still exists when we die,' he wrote in the Scientific American.

He continues to Metro: 'If it's really alone and pure about atoms and electrons and the known other power fields, there's obviously no way for our soul to survive. '

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