Scientists reveal the soul continues on a Quantum level after death

Quantum level after death

Have you ever wondered what happens to the soul after death? The scientists have come up with an answer!
According to the scientists, the soul can continue to live on a quantum level after death which can be a proof of the afterlife. Scientists have finally found the answer to the age-old question “is there a life after death?” The experts claim that it is only the body which dies, but there is no death the consciousness. This question has been one of the oldest questions that do life really ends after the death of the person. According to the researches of some scientists, the quantum mechanics enables the consciousness to live even after the body’s dead.

Whereas some scientists are still not sure about what the consciousness exactly means, British physicist Sir Penrose believes that there is definitely information stored at a quantum level.

Both of the scientists say that there is a process called Orchestrated Objective Reduction and it is evidence that protein-based microtubules – which is a structural component of human cells. They carry quantum information and the information is stored at a subatomic level. Dr Hameroff further explained when the heart stops beating, blood stops flowing and the microtubules lose their quantum state. He explains that the microtubules carry the quantum information which can never be destroyed. When the body dies this quantum information just distributes to the universe at large. If the person is restored to life the information can return back to the microtubules and the patient is saved from a death experience.

And if the patient does not respond and dies, it is possible that the quantum information can exist outside the body as a soul. Researchers from Max Planck Institute for physics in Munich agree to this. They have added that the universe that we live in is only our perception and once the physical body is dead, there is an infinite beyond. Dr Hans-Peter Durr who is the former head of the Max Planck Institute has also said that What we consider the now in the present moment, it is actually just the material level that is understandable.

Lisa Adams

Lisa is an independent writer and former social policy researcher. She writes on food, agriculture and geopolitics As a reporter for WNL, Lisa covers science and environmental stories.. Originally from the UK, Lisa has spent many years in India where she has written for various publications, most notably the Bangalore-based Deccan Herald for 10 years.

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