Physics of Biology


Immortality and Resurrection Thru Science

Authors: Rodney Bartlett

Doctors, nurses and hospitals are in the business of taking good care of us. So I imagine the goal of healthy, eternal life (as well as the goal of resurrecting the dead to such life) interests them if it can be shown to have a scientific explanation. This article is a mixture of present ideas regarding physics, cosmology, computer science and mathematics that have been extrapolated to their possible state centuries from now. These multidisciplinary ideas are necessary to describe how immortality and resurrection will be achieved through science. In a few sentences, how can resurrection be possible? The 2nd Law of Thermodynamics - which governs progress from the order of life to the disorder (entropy) of disease and death - must first be overcome. Apparently, the only way this can be done is if the universe is a computer simulation that can be refreshed or reloaded. The other requirement is that time not exclusively follow a straight line from past to future, because that condition would just mean more and more decay for the body. Einstein's General Relativity says time is curved and warped, meaning the future overcoming of entropy and disorder - the final part of this article identifies the overcoming of entropy with what a recent science paper calls "negative temperature" - can be made to follow a curve from any future century back to a time when any long-deceased person was alive and healthy (future medical advances will be able to correct any physical or mental problems - and some of the resurrected will live elsewhere, sparing the limited area on Earth). I may lack the skills necessary to convince you of eternal life and resurrection. But if you have the misfortune to die someday, I have no doubt that you'll be convinced of their reality after that event.

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