Quantum physics may indicate that death IS NOT the end of life.
|Is it possible that when we die, the life force inside us lives on forever; call it the spirit or soul or whatever? When that life force leaves our body, does it have an option to do whatever it wants? Can it mingle with other life force, live separately as pure energy, connect with other living life force in the cosmic web, and even possibly fuse into another body if it selects to live again? Could it conceivably merge itself with the master life force, we call God, should God permit? Is this where all religious beliefs about life after death can be explained?
Is every living thing made up of the great spark of God? God is the source of it all. This may explain why God cannot or should not be designated by gender. God is no he or she, God is God, pure all powerful spirit.
Think about the law of gravity, inertia, all natural laws; consider the elements, the law of physics, who created matter, energy; only God could have done so.
Today, we talk about evolution, we discuss DNA and how DNA can mutate. Who created DNA and what rules were applied? Is it not conceivable that God made the rule that whatever he made could change over time due to the environment and other factors put into play?
According to the theory of Quantum Physics, matter does not actually exist. Some modern physicists believe that matter exists as waves rather than specific points in time and space. Matter is just compounds of elements that are made up of atoms that are made up of quarks and leptons, which are - energy. Ergo, we do not exist as matter.
All of our conscious and unconscious thought is created through neurons firing off electrical signals in our brain. Therefore since all matter is in reality energy and all thought is in reality energy, all matter and thought is interconnected as - energy.
This brings forth the next equation, what is the mind? Is it simply a local collection of electrical impulses pushing energy around or is it connected to the energy of the entire universe? Could it be something we think of as - the soul, or the universal spirit, part of the spirit of God?
Since time is relative, the only thing that is faster than the speed of light is the speed of thought. And, since time slows down as particles approach the speed of light relative to those standing still, the unconscious mind is in effect - eternal - alleged proof of life after physical death.
Among some Far Eastern beliefs, the great Buddha taught that everything is impermanent. He taught that all suffering in the world comes from people's desire to cling to objects and ideas instead of simply accepting the universe as it flows, moves and changes. Therefore Buddhists see objects not as things (matter) but as a dynamic process of participating in a universal movement that is constantly in a state of transition. They see matter as energy, just like Quantum Physics suggests.
The Taoists also see the universe as a system of energy, called chi, that is constantly changing and flowing; as such they believe that the individual is only an element in the whole universe, or a small part of that energy. Their doctrine, the I Ching, teaches that personal stability can be achieved only when harmony is reached through a person's yin and yang, which are seen to be opposite but related forces in the universe. How these ancient teachings come to be compatible with the modern discovery of Quantum Physics is certainly a mystery.
Is it probable that early humankind, completely unable to fathom or explain the mystery of God or creation, used hypothetical examples? Could this be how most religions came into existence? Could it be that original thinkers created gods to explain what they could not explain, that they created rules on how to relate to those gods, established social and political orders based on the rules they created, and having found themselves in positions of power and luxury, expanded on these rules? Were these rules, commandments, laws passed down to humankind by God, or did humankind make up these rules and attribute them to God?
However, unsolved mysteries abound. For example, the Christian Bible gives examples of time transference and Quantum Physics. Ecclesiastes 3:15 "That which is has already been. And what is to be has already been." According to the Bible there is nothing new under the sun.
Jesus himself also proved that time is relative. "Most assuredly, I say to you, before Abraham was, I am." (John 8:58.)
How could a living person have existed hundreds of years before his present generation? How could events of the present and events of the future have already happened? Possibly through the application of Quantum Physics?
Can we actually control the energy that is our mind as the Taoists believe? Could we, as Jesus notes, move mountains through faith (with mind power)? Since all matter is in effect energy waves that do not exist in a specific time and space, why not?
Not only could Jesus redirect the flow of energy and time to seemingly create miracles; such as the multiplication of fish and bread, changing base elements like water into wine, healing the sick, and defying nature by restoring the dead to life and controlling the weather, he could also foretell the future and travel through time!
Because Jesus said, "You are of this world; I am not of this world." (John 8:58.) For Him, Quantum Physics was child's play. For Jesus to explain his otherworldly powers to the people of his era would be as difficult as if we tried to explain Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principal to a five-year-old child.
And, since flesh and matter are in effect energy, the resurrection of Jesus back into physical form through energy and matter transference could be done in the blink of an eye. His physical body may have been killed but His Holy Spirit was (is) still around. All He would have to think is, "let it be so," and thought would become (as we understand it) physical matter! A new physical Jesus reborn in the blink of an eye!
We will also be brought back to life from our (energy state) to our physical state as Jesus told Martha (Sister of Lazarus) in John 11:25 "He who believes in Me shall never die."
I would like to point out that these scientific ramblings ARE PURELY SPECULATIVE FUN ON MY PART and not intended to provide definitive proof of any specific religious doctrine or support any scientific theories and are not meant to denigrate either.