Thursday, February 10, 2011

Why You Will Always Exist?

Robert Lanza, M.D has a fascinating article on The Huffington Post. It is worth reading.

"Some scientists insist a Theory of Everything is just around the corner. But it hasn't happened and won't happen until we understand a critical component of the cosmos -- a component that has been shunted out of the way because science doesn't know what to do with it. "Consciousness" isn't a small item; it's an utter mystery, which we think has somehow arisen from molecules and goo." Robert Lanza

Read the full article here.

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  1. Interesting post. I was recently speaking with a friend (whose partner passed away less than a year ago) and we agreed that there must be something beyond the death of the body - admittedly whatever that is we don't understand the nature of it

    Neither one of us are religious.

  2. I am not religious either but life has been always a complete mystery for me.

    Science is just scratching the surface. We humans can only understand what our senses allow us to. The complexity of life and of the known universe is simply too much to be explained away by a few theories of scientists in general and by physicists.