When you die, where does the electricity go that was present in your body and your mind throughout your life?

By: Guest
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You stop producing it! That's a pretty good definintion of death, actually! And when was it established that the mind is seperate from the body?
[d] By: Guest
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Nothing is certain.

No one has been able to tell us how they feel when they die.

Organically, your energy does transform into the ground.

I think there must be something after though because remember, energy cannot be created or destroyed.

The energy flowing through our minds as we think must go somewhere, they just don't know because they don't have the technology to find out.

[d] By: Guest
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Energy is neither created nor destroyed, it merely changes forms.

We come from the earth, we go to the earth.

You are a pattern of substance. Death is the loss of the pattern, not the substance.

[d] By: Guest
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It goes back to your soul and to the universe, where it came from to begin with
[d] By: Guest
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the free electrons are either bound up into other atoms or just go flying around the atmosphere
[d] By: Guest
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