• 25/05/2024 00:23

What happens to the soul after death: research by scientists

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Research by scientists experimentally confirms the existence of the soul.

This information was reported by T4, reports “URA- Inform”.  

Oxford University mathematician Roger Penrose, during his long career, collaborated with Stephen Hawking to uncover the mysteries of the Big Bang, won the Nobel Prize in Physics, and inspired the artist Maurits Escher to create the famous “Ascending and Descending” #187; — visual illusion

But most importantly — developed the quantum theory of consciousness with his colleague, Professor Stuart Hameroff. In particular, they proposed the Orch-OR theory, according to which consciousness is formed thanks to «microtubules» in brain cells and can exist independently of the body.

The Nobel laureate and his colleague believe that our souls — it is more than just the interaction of neurons in the brain. In fact, they are created from the very fabric of the universe and may have existed since the beginning of time. When the body dies, the microtubules lose their quantum state, but the information inside them is not destroyed. Instead, she simply leaves the body and returns to space.

«Quantum information inside microtubules is not destroyed, it cannot be destroyed, it simply spreads and scatters throughout the Universe as a whole. If the patient is resuscitated, this quantum information can return to the microtubule, and the person says: «I had a near death experience». And if the patient dies, this quantum information can exist outside the body, perhaps indefinitely. This is the soul», — said Dr. Hameroff.

This theory has generated considerable skepticism in the scientific community, but research in anesthesiology and near-death events provides support for its basic tenets. Despite the controversy, some physicists, like Anirban Bandyopadia, confirm key aspects of the theory.

However, critics like Max Tegmark of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology question the persistence of quantum states after death. Although the evidence is not yet conclusive, Hameroff and Penrose's research plays a key role in the study of consciousness and its interaction with quantum mechanics.

Further research in this area promises to be exciting and could radically change our understanding of life and death.

Recall that it was previously reported how to “reboot” the brain: scientists have named a simple action that can do this.

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