The possibility of life after death is one of the greatest mysteries of mankind. Scientists are now confident that consciousness does not die. Quantum physics would explain the possibility that consciousness can live beyond the death of the body. Consciousness would be a sum of information stored at a quantum level in microtubules.
Lhe British physicist Roger Penrose has just presented the conclusions of a report in which he claims to be able to prove that microtubules carry information at the quantum and sub-atomic scale. He is convinced that when the body dies, consciousness continues to live.
Sir Roger Penrose is a highly regarded and respected English mathematician and physicist. In 1988 he received with Stephen Hawking the Wolf Prize for Physics.
For Roger Penrose, when a person dies, microtubules release this quantum information into the universe. If the person is brought back to life then this information goes back into the microtubules. This would explain the near-death experiences.
“If the person does not come back to life and die permanently, it is possible that this quantum information will continue to exist eternally outside the body, like a soul. "
Research from the renowned Max Planck Institute in Munich agrees with this hypothesis. The physical universe in which we live is only the universe which we perceive, while we live in our bodies.
“What we consider to be here and now, this universe, is in fact only the material level that we can comprehend. "
Dr. Hans-Peter Durr, Max Planck Institute
This discovery comes as no surprise to Christians. The Bible has always proclaimed the immortality of the soul.
Do not fear those who kill the body and cannot kill the soul, rather fear the one who can destroy both soul and body in hell. Matthew 10:28
Maybe now is the time to turn to Jesus, before it is too late?
Whoever believes in the Son has eternal life; whoever does not believe in the Son will not see life, but the wrath of God remains on him. John 3:36
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