Started by twozerozeroonefive, May 15, 2020, 02:51:38 AM
QuoteI've heard that it's like a permanent deep sleep with no dreams. If that's true, then that's scary.Maybe it's sort of like not being born yet (pre-life)?
Quote from: twozerozeroonefive on May 15, 2020, 02:51:38 AMI've heard that it's like a permanent deep sleep with no dreams. If that's true, then that's scary.Maybe it's sort of like not being born yet (pre-life)?Really hope there's something after this.
Quote from: Mike Cl on May 15, 2020, 09:49:09 AMSince I have not died yet (I don't think I have), how can I know??
Quote from: Cassia on May 15, 2020, 11:08:57 AMWhat makes you think that'll help?
Quote from: Mike Cl on May 15, 2020, 11:31:51 AM:)) Well, nothing suggests that anything happens after death. Nobody has come back from death and told us yet. So, without dying myself, I have nothing to go on. But I'm not rushing to find out--I'll get there soon enough.
Quote from: Munch on May 15, 2020, 12:47:41 PMI was having a philosophical talk with my boyfriend last night, because I thought of this the other night when getting ready for bed, turning off the lights, and thinking how different things look when the lights are off, and everything is plunged into darkness. Be it either what you see in the daytime, or looking at the stars in the sky, or the street light outside giving light that way though electricity. Now strip all that way, and what do you have left? Nothing, just an endless void. Take out all the energy in the universe, from stars and protons to electrons and even the anti matter that causes these other forces to react, and whats left is just nothing but blackness. Everything we know in the universe is energy, something giving off energy. Even edgy goth kids need energy to play their depressing music or have the energy to talk to hot topic. Without energy, there is nothing, just a black endless void. We just forget about that fact and carry on happy to be in a time in the universe when there is energy to give us light and life.