Quantum Immortality: Why You May be Immortal (Video)

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Schrodinger's cat - dead and alive

What if there is something else after your biological death?

What if you continue to exist, just in a different reality?

The idea of quantum immortality is based on a variation of the Schrodinger’s Cat thought experiment, which states that under a specific set of circumstances a cat in a box can be considered simultaneously alive and dead.

What if quantum immortality applies to human consciousness?

Strange Mysteries explores that question in this intriguing video.

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  • Quantum immortality sounds like a less-well thought out version of Biocentrism, especially since there is no reference to a book for those of us who are still literate instead of a video for those who aren’t.
    The book is Beyond Biocentrism: Rethinking Time, Space, Consciousness, and the Illusion of Death by Robert Lanza and Bob Berman.

    • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

      Thank you for the information on this book.

      • I’m sure that it will appeal to your informed sense of reality.

    • About to read this book tonight. I’ll get back to you once I’ve done so.

      • Cool

        • I finished the book, and I understand what you were saying. I disagree with some of the major ideas presented in the book, though.

          • If you have to agree with everything in the book, you’ll understand why I don’t try to defend what it says more here.

  • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    I don’t know about immortal, but thus far I have proven to be invincible.

    I’ve experienced things that should have killed me, yet I remain.
    I’ve been through 3 house fires, the most recent one which killed my girlfriend.
    I’ve been beaten with sticks. I’ve been jumped by 20 Mexicans. Twice, I’ve been hit by a car while riding my bicycle in the street as I am supposed to – which Is why I will not ride in the street anymore.
    I fell through a bridge in a loaded truck and landed in the Sacramento River.

    • way2inform

      Haha! I dont use condoms and i dont have and STDs! Guardian Angels for sure

      • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

        My guardian angel got scared and found someone less adventurous to hang out with.

        I think it was climbing cliffs overlooking the Pacific – at 10-11 o’clock at night, drunk, stoned, with no ropes or lights – that did him in.

        • David E

          He found someone less stoopid, actually, that he could do some good for.

        • vinnyz

          Been there done that….LOL
          Ended up sliding down most of a 100+ foot cliff till I hit a spot that acted like a ramp and sent me airborne. Luckily the tide was going out when my feet hit the soft sand (another piece of luck) and I sunk almost to my knees.
          The tide came back in and lifted me out of the sand and of course getting me soaking wet….which I was trying to avoid by climbing the cliff……LMAO
          The bruised ribs did hurt like hell for a few weeks but looking back not a very high price to pay for one hell of an experience that was one of a kind.

          Now being drunk and deciding to climb the backside of Mt. Rushmore at night, where I took a break about halfway up to smoke a joint,drink another beer and drop some acid had to be my most intense climb…..though I didn’t fall on that one but seen the best sunrise ever!

    • I’m sorry about your misfortune and your girlfriend’s passing, Draco. May she rest in peace. Hopefully things turn around for you.

      • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

        She was my Amazing Mouse; I was her Handsome Dragon. I was in my early forties; she, in her late thirties, and it was the first good relationship I’d ever been in. We’d known each other for about 15 years, but she’d never made her interest known to me because she was good friends with an ex of mine who told her what a shit I used to be.
        We reconnected though a mutual friend, about 12 years later. She was married with children. Unhappily, I found out later.
        She was living in an apartment with her husband and her youngest son, In a town near my hometown, about 200 miles away from where I was living.
        One day, out of the blue, I get a text from her saying as soon as her youngest child turned 18, he was enlisting in the Marines, and that she wanted to leave her husband and come and be homeless with me.
        Of course, I thought that she was just shitting me. I mean, who in their right mind would give up a life to be homeless. For three months she texted me, called me, and wrote me letters. Until the moment she got off the Amtrak, walked up to me and gave me a hug and a kiss, I never believed she’d actually do it.

        She always said that if anything happened, she’d come back and save me.

        And she did.

        I was at a really low point after she died. It happened the day before what would have been our 8th monthiversary.
        I was living in a friend’s garage, recuperating from my burns. I wasn’t sure that I wanted to still be alive by the end of the year, and I posted on Craigslist to that effect.
        Only one real life person responded, the rest were bots saying go to such-and-such website and pay money to see my naked pictures. We emailed back and forth for a couple of months, talked on the phone some evenings after we both got off work, and met a few days after my birthday for our first date.
        This woman wasn’t even looking for a date, she simply saw my ad and was compelled to answer.
        When she told me this, I had a vision of my Mouse (her Inuit family name), standing over her shoulder, pointing at the screen, and saying, “That one. Right there,” She saved me just like she said she would.

        8 months later, we were married. We just celebrated our 8th wedding anniversary last week. We’re renting a bigger, nicer home than either of us had ever lived in before.

        Life is good.

        I’ll always love my Amazing Mouse. My wife, who never knew her, loves her too.

        • An absolutely beautiful story, Rev. I’m glad you were able to find happiness. 🙂

          • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

            I got lucky. A lifetime of failed relationships, then two good ones in a row.

          • I wish I was as lucky.

    • David E

      Your boasting is annoying, you know. Do you have a deep-seated feeling of inferiority? I assure you that you have not, so far, proved invincible. You’ve proved that not everyone dies young from accidents or violence.

  • I strongly believe in an afterlife in which all humans are judged and sent to either Heaven or Hell. I also believe that it is possible to reconnect spiritually with deceased members through death.

    Here are some fascinating articles on this:

    http://www.spiritualresearchfoundation.org/spiritual-research/afterlife/life-after-death/
    http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/weird-news/what-comes-after-death-6-8314757

  • Carlos Soto Turver

    An Explanation of Life:

    Q. How Did We Get Here?
    A. By Panspermia.

    According to Wikipedia there are three popular variations of the panspermia hypothesis:
    • Lithopanspermia (interstellar panspermia) – impact-expelled rocks from a planet’s surface serve as transfer vehicles for spreading biological material from one solar system to another.
    • Ballistic panspermia (interplanetary panspermia) – impact-expelled rocks from a planet’s surface serve as transfer vehicles for spreading biological material from one planet to another within the same solar system.
    • Directed panspermia – the intentional spreading of the seeds of life to other planets by an advanced extraterrestrial civilization, or the intentional spreading of the seeds of life from Earth to other planets by humans.

    Q. How Were We Formed?
    A. By evolution.

    Q. What Is Our Function?
    A. To survive and to procreate.

    Q. What Is Our Purpose?
    A. To pursue and to pass on knowledge.

    Q. What Happens to Our Remains and to Our Life Force Upon Our Demise?
    A. As our remains become a part of the biogeochemical cycle of our planet, our life force can no longer be generated.

    By Carlos Turver