A researcher claims that people should reconcile with the thought that there is no life after death.
Sean Carroll, a cosmologist and physics professor at the California Institute of Technology, said that “the assertions that there are certain forms of consciousness that persist after death and body breakdown are an unrelenting obstacle. The laws of physics explain everyday phenomena. And according to these laws, there is no information stored in our brains that persists after death.”
Consciousness seems to be composed of a series of atoms and electrons, the professor says. According to the quantum theory of fields, there is one field for each particle type in the universe, one for protons, another for electrons, and another type for particles. Indy100 notes that if life were to exist after death, cunate tests could reveal the “particle spirit”.