We should be aware of fact that the experts claim they can now prove whether or not there is a heaven and hell – and their theory is like something from the Matrix. Where our souls go after we shuffle off the mortal coil has been the subject of debate for thousands of years – but now boffins reckon they have the afterlife sussed.
Meanwhile, Professor Robert Lanza from Wake Forest University School of Medicine in North Carolina says the idea of an afterlife can only exist if we accept the concept of death is a state of mind. Professor Lanza offers a theory much like the one in the hit movie The Matrix where the heroes are convinced that reality is an illusion.
It is mentionable that the professor says the quantum physics area of biocentrism explains that life and biology are central to reality, which in turn creates the universe rather than the usual idea that the universe creates life. With this theory in mind, Professor Lanza says death “cannot exist in any real sense” and that the concept of dying is one we are taught to accept.
No doubt, the theory is similar to the idea of parallel universes – the idea that something can exist simultaneously in two realities.
Therefore how does this explain whether or not there is a utopia of fluffy clouds and a subterranean pit of eternal damnation? Professor Lanza says when we die our life becomes a “perennial flower that returns to bloom in the multiverse.”
He added: “Life is an adventure that transcends our ordinary linear way of thinking. When we die, we do so not in the random billiard-ball-matrix but in the inescapable-life-matrix.” Understand this complex theory with the help of Keanu reeves and a bendy spoon. [ mirror.co.uk ]