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Death as a Function of Time

by Engie

I may never die. Someone else wearing my DNA, the telomeres shorter — a body built of different atoms; a different organism will die in my stead.
What are we from moment to the next? We are already gone; lost in time. An instant passed inexorably; an individual altered irreversibly; life exists only as a continuum of perpetual chaos.
You are an individual existing for just a moment with the previous moment’s memory.

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numacalcadotro 10/12/2014 - 5:20 am

Actually you don’t exist at all. Outside our 4D universe (where time does not exist) you have already been judged, punished and destroyed for good. You don’t exist anymore. Literally!

DeathDreamer 10/12/2014 - 6:33 am

numacalcadotro I don’t know what you’re smoking but it doesn’t seem to be very good. We very much do exist. What proof do you have of what you are saying? Absolutely nothing? I thought so. Still, it’s nice to believe in something.

numacalcadotro 10/13/2014 - 3:56 am

Our universe has 4 dimensions (3 are spatial and 1 is time). But there are more dimensions (that we cannot see). To someone living outside our 4D universe (extradimensional being) time does not exist. Think of the difference between a cube and a square to understand. If you’re outside of time, you can de at the beginning of time, now, and at the end of time at the same moment. So for such beings (i.e. god, angels, etc) you don’t exist anymore. If you could get out of our 4D universe right now, you could see your birth and your death at the same time. Trust me, you don’t existanymore. But you could exist, if you somehow obtained this “eternal life” (existence outside of time).
So you don’t exist, but you could. It’s simple physics. Pretty cool huh ?

Anunnaki 10/13/2014 - 4:00 am

There’s 9 dimensions

charlieregal 10/13/2014 - 4:04 am

No It is not ‘cool’ how does that help any of us? Ultimately we are all still slaves to this f’ing meat bag and what it wants; food, water, sex, attention so how does me understanding a universe comeplete indifferent to my existence and suffering help me?

numacalcadotro 10/13/2014 - 11:40 am

@charlieregal
understanding who/what you are should help you get your priorities right – “Do I want to exist (live “eternally”) or not?”. If yes, do what’s required. If no, find a method of suicide, decide on a date and have as much fun as possible until then.
If you want to know more about who/what you are look for “Purpose of life / Scopul vietii” on youtube. On the same channel you’ll also find a video telling you how to exist (live “eternally”).

xanadu 10/13/2014 - 4:16 am

That whole, ‘the universe is indifferent,’ crap is one of my pet-peeves. If it were, none of us would be here (since we’re each part of the universe). Sure, rocks and sticks don’t give a shit, but I wouldn’t want a hug from a damn rock.

numacalcadotro 10/13/2014 - 11:43 am

what part of ” you’re a tool / dissected frog / lab rat ” didn’t you understand from my video ?
Or you managed to “debunk” it but forgot to tell me how ?

charlieregal 10/13/2014 - 4:28 am

Well If the universe was so peachy keen then why isn’t there life on the planets. there is a reason why we are here and it is the same reason why we aren’t on the surface of the surface of the sun. Think of it this way fish lives in a pond if ther were no water then theres no fish so there would be no fish to ponder “well I’m here so it must be for a reason” No! it is all completely up to chance.

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