What happens to a person after his death? Does life really end there? Or does the subtle non-material substance called the soul continue to exist? These questions have worried people for many millennia. Modern science gives an unambiguous negative answer to the question of posthumous existence, although there are other opinions.
What's behind the last line
Modern research boils down to stating the fact that there is no unequivocal evidence of the absence or presence of posthumous existence. Fundamental science, in principle, does not engage in research in this area, because the question of the existence of an immortal soul goes beyond scientific knowledge, being the area of theological views.
And yet there are specialists who meticulously study eyewitness accounts that can be attributed to the experience of transcendental experience and stay in the spiritual world. As a rule, such conditions occur with clinical death. At this moment, a person's life is literally hanging by a thread.
It is believed that in a state of clinical death, the soul leaves the body and enters into contact with transcendental entities, and after such spiritual contact it returns.
Serious scientists explain such individual experience with quite reasonable reasons: a violation of blood supply and a malfunction of the vestibular apparatus, which leads to inevitable hallucinations, deception of perception and a general disorder of consciousness. Those scientists who are less skeptical have compiled a specific list of experiences associated with clinical death.
For those who have experienced returning to life, it is usually difficult to describe their condition. But almost all of them are sure that they have visited the other world, which is almost impossible to describe in words, based on earthly experience and familiar terms. Usually, the dying could clearly hear everything that was happening around them and even saw their body from the side.
The visions were often accompanied by beautiful music. Most often in the descriptions there was an image of a tunnel, at the end of which a very bright light was seen, causing a feeling of peace and tranquility.
Life after death: too early to put an end
Scientists always strive to operate with facts and objective evidence, suggesting the possibility of verification in the course of the experiment. That spiritual dimension, in which an immortal soul supposedly exists, is not an object of the material world, it is devoid of physical characteristics. Therefore, no sensitive sensor is able to determine what those who are experiencing transcendental experiences are dealing with.
Summing up what has been said, we can summarize that in the near future it will hardly be possible to put an end to the question of the existence of life after death. Materialistic scientists deny the possibility of posthumous existence and do not recognize the very concept of "soul". Those who believe in the existence of other dimensions of reality will never be content with even the most rigorous, harmonious and convincing calculations of scientists.