Theory of Shellativity

The Soul

by on Jul.03, 2011, under Death, Philosophy, Religion, Science

Do we have a soul? Or are we simply complex electrical signals within our brains. “The Soul” is the core of our beings. If this is true how do we explain dementia or any other mental disease. Why do these alter the personality so severely. Surely the soul would be unwavering. Perhaps the soul is just locked away in these situations but still exists. I guess it isn’t really a question that can be answered, but then aren’t most things. When falling asleep sometimes I sleep so soundly it’s as if I’m not even there, as if my brain is so at rest that I cease to be. I find these thoughts slightly scary and dislike dwelling on them. However, what does that mean? Sometimes I feel we are just electrical impulses in the brain moulded and shaped by our experiences. If we are energy then surely that energy will always exist, unless it dissipates.


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