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Death and Awaretheory

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death


We are not the body except to other conscious beings that see us as a singular body
Our consciousness is not tied to a specific grouping of matter but to many different structure and functioning of matter
There are different types of death. But the usual definition of death is the death of the body. Which means the biological functioning that occurred before death in the body no longer occurs. For instance, no heart pumping blood, no neurons firing, no cell functioning, and no muscles flexing or moving, etc. The itoextension concepts deals with concepts about life after death. Oriextension deals with the concept of extending the life of the original after death. Oriextension experiments deal with the experiments of extending the life of the original after death.
When someone dies we do not miss their consciousness we miss their behavior and how it effect our consciousness
When we understand what we are there is no fear of being dead
Death is actually a good thing because the itobody that produces a specific consciousness or awarepath wears out over time and does no longer produce the desired experiences for a specific ixperiencitness or wexperiencitness.


Pyramids don't produce or help create an after life
Fear of death is natural but misdirected
Life after death is not dependent on a specific body or a supernatural concept like a soul. Life after death is dependent on one or more itobodies that produce the structure and functioning that produces the original's ixperiencitness, even if these are different consciousnesses or awarepaths than what was produced before. An identical physapath will produce and identical awarepath with the same ixperiencitness. An approximate physapath usually will produce an approximate awarepath with the same ixpepath. This means that many different itobodies or physipaths can produce the same ixperiencitness of the original or you.



A long dead body does not contain very much information about the consciousness and ixperiencitness that it once produced
Fear of death is a major reason that religions and other belief systems have be created
Death is a concern in the sense of the suffering that can come along with dying and the worrying about the suffering that other people feel with your death. Awaretheory predicts that there is no experience of being dead. Being dead for you is when your body no longer produces a consciousness that you experience. But since other bodies can produce a consciousness that you experience at a latter date or even at the same time there is no awareness of death. You always feel alive even when there are long periods of time where there is no human bodies or itobodies that produces a consciousness that you experience. It is possible for the body to produce many death like experiences but this is not being dead. There are also many reduced levels of consciousness that a person can experience like near death experiences such as "going into the light".



Clones do not produce the same awarepaths but they can have the same ixperiencitness
At every point in your life there are numerous different divergent awarepaths your body could produce with the same ixperiencitness. Other bodies can produce these divergent awarepaths with the same ixperiencitness as the original has.


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The purpose of this section is to give different ways of looking at some of the ideas presented in awaretheory that are not just all words, definitions, or equations. Sometimes shorts statements with a picture can sometimes help in the understanding of new, different, complex, misunderstood, or forgotten ideas. The ideas in awaretheory can effect many other sciences, beliefs, ideas, And many of the new ideas in science mathematics and technology can effect some of the developing ideas in awaretheory.


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Conscious existence Death and Awaretheory Life after death and Awaretheory Immortality and Awaretheory Reincarnation and Awaretheory
Types of Life after Death Itofazcontinuance and Awaretheory Itofazextension and Awaretheory Itofazenhancement and Awaretheory Itofazrepetition and Awaretheory
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Non religious beliefs Secularism and Awaretheory Skepticism and Awaretheory Humanism and Awaretheory Secular Humanism and Awaretheory
Supernatural ideas Supernatural concepts and Awaretheory Deja vu and Awaretheory Near Death Experiences and Awaretheory Previous lives and Awaretheory
Emotions Love and Awaretheory Hate and Awaretheory Happiness and Awaretheory Fear and Awaretheory
Other Conscious beings Aliens and Awaretheory Animals and Awaretheory Synthesized Conscious Beings and Awaretheory Simple Materialism and Awaretheory
Possible experiences Fiction and Awaretheory Fantasy and Awaretheory Magic and Awaretheory Science Fiction and Awaretheory
Applications Utopia and Awaretheory Space Travel and Awaretheory Time Travel and Awaretheory Epistemology and Awaretheory
Experimentation Itofazexperiments and Awaretheory Experipaths and Awaretheory Expericontinuums and Awaretheory Experidiscontinuities, Experianomalies and Awaretheory
Science Knowledge and Awaretheory Science and Awaretheory Mathematics and Awaretheory Technology and Awaretheory
Teleportation and Awaretheory Quantum Mechanics and Awaretheory Time and Awaretheory Multiverses and Awaretheory
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Itofazmapping and Awaretheory Itofazterrains and Awaretheory Sensespaces and Awaretheory Internaspaces and Awaretheory
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Injurypaths and Awaretheory Diseasepaths and Awaretheory Chemicalpaths and Awaretheory Sensepaths and Awaretheory
Ethics and Morals Free will and Awaretheory Evil, Punishment and Awaretheory Ethics and Awaretheory Morals and Awaretheory
Culture Culture and Awaretheory Existentialism and Awaretheory Religious Tolerance and Awaretheory Belief System Tolerance and Awaretheory
Analogies and Processes VCR analogy Occam's razor Fitoprocess and Awaretheory Caresphere and Awaretheory
Supporting Evidence and Arguments Time travel experiments Assemble Line Argument It's Only a Replica Argument Matter is Magical Argument
Subjective Evidence of Multiplicity Sting Theory and Awaretheory Directed Evolution and Awaretheory Simultaneous Multiplicity of Ixperiencitness
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