I remember reading thirty years ago that humans have the reflex capacity to drive cars safely with only ten feet between them at 60 mph. But they can’t get out of their own way, mentally/emotionally, Maybe same with parking. There’s more room than we think?
I have two theories on the thought, and remember these are my theories
One, just like a TV or a computer, once the plug is pulled and nothing is feeding the brain, total darkness.
Second, since many believe that brain activity is pure energy and we all know that energy can’t be destroyed, it can only be converted to a different stage, when we die the brain enters an infinite dream state. As dreams are reflection of our lives, if you’ve led a good life, you’ll have pleasant dreams. If not, you fill in the blanks. This would be my analogy to Heaven and Hell, since I have no interest in religion, especially organized one.
There was this show called The Good Place, and the series finale end scene kind of depicted how I think it happens. Your energy is scattered across the universe putting either good or bad energy back out.
I liked the show because it wasn’t really religious themed, it was philosophy based and an interesting way to explore that theming.
Very interesting. Very clinical, but good details. I too, have no interest in religion, organized or disorganized, but I do have a belief in God and pray for a third option. I do enjoy hearing other points of view.