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We are familiar with the fact that science has so far been sucessful to
explain the existence of life,but i have found no articles on what happens to the life after death. If there has been any studies made regard to this sbject please bother to notify me.
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"As a biologist, I firmly believe that when you're dead, you're dead. Except for what you live behind in history. That's the only afterlife" - J. Craig Venter
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Life after death? there's no more force to cause a thing to move or work.
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The biological notion of life is nulled when we die. The body no longer maintains homeostasis. A metaphysical discussion of life after death can't be pursued scientifically I'd imagine.
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After we die we all go to Heaven, except evolutionary biologists who burn in Hell, and in Heaven we get small wings and a golden harp, and then there are fluffy sheep grazing the meadows of Heaven under the gentle Sun and everything is great fun.
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*take pity on the evolutionary biologists then, haha
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Here I thought the OP might be referring to the host flora, which degrads the body after death...my mind was trying to make sense of the question...
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