Since the beginning of time, man has questioned what happens after death. Of course, there are a variety of typical answers to this question, but scientists may have just added an infinite number of other possibilities, just to shake things up.
According to Robert Lanza, M.D, death is actually a door to an endless number of universes. Furthermore, during our life, Lanza asserts that anything that possibly can happen is happening in some universe. He continues to explain that death does not exist in these scenarios since all of these possibilities are taking place at the same time. The only reason we associate our consciousness with our physical body is due to energy operating around in our brains.
In his book entitled, “Biocentrism: How Life and Consciousness are the Keys to Understanding the Nature of the Universe,” he has stirred up quite a bit of controversy on the internet, as his theory regarding everlasting life is quite a bit different than the typical theories surrounding life and death.
Lanza’s background in regenerative medicine and as a science director of the Advances Cell Technology Company has provided him with an extensive background in dealing with stem cells. And recently, he has become more involved in physics, quantum mechanics, and astrophysics. It was during his studies regarding those topics that he stumbled upon his new theory of biocentrism.
Biocentrism asserts that life and consciousness are both fundamental to the ways of the universe. He further theorizes that it is our consciousness that creates the material universe, instead of being the other way around.
He believes that when we die, we experience a break in the string that binds the mind and body together as one. Once this takes place, we also experience a break with our connection of times and places.
“Indeed, biocentrism suggests it’s a manifold that leads to all physical possibilities. More and more physicists are beginning to accept the “many-worlds” interpretation of quantum physics, which states that there are an infinite number of universes.
Everything that can possibly happen occurs in some universe. Death doesn’t exist in these scenarios since all of them exist simultaneously regardless of what happens in any of them. The “me” feeling is just energy operating in the brain. But energy never dies; it cannot be destroyed.”
Of course, his beliefs are just theory, but they are pretty fascinating to think about, don’t you think? And while we can never be certain of what lies ahead, on the other side, it appears that our number of possibilities may have just infinitely expanded. No matter what you believe, quantum physics provides a number of viable theories regarding the unknown aspects of the world, and in the least, Lanza’s book would prove to be an amazing read.
- A ρᴏᴏr ѕᴏᴜƖ ѕtɑrᴠiᥒɡ tᴏ deɑtһ rᴏɑmѕ tһe ѕtreetѕ iᥒ feɑr ɑᥒd ƖᴏᥒeƖiᥒeѕѕ
- Frᴏm rᴏᴄky rɑᴠiᥒeѕ tᴏ reѕiƖieᥒᴄe, EƖeρһɑᥒt’ѕ bᴜmρy jᴏᴜrᥒey bɑᴄk tᴏ tһe wiƖderᥒeѕѕ
- Quantum teleportation opens a ‘wormhole in space–time’
- Unlikely Bonds: Heartwarming Friendship Blossoms Between Sheep and Baby Elephants in the Animal Kingdom
- Spanish baby gets pioneering intestine transplant