Is Life After Death Incompatible with Physics?

Adam Frank, Bernardo Kastrup, Big Think, Bruce Greyson, Chronicle of Higher Education, Closer to Truth, consciousness, David Chalmers, death, hard problem of consciousness, life after death, moral choice, near-death experiences, neuroscience, Neuroscience & Mind, Neuroscience News, npr, physics, Physics, Earth & Space, reason, science, Scientific American, Sean M. Carroll, Standard Model
In 2011, Sean Carroll wrote an essay on why — from a science perspective — our minds must be extinguished at death Source
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Cyclic Universe Can’t Avoid a Cosmic Beginning

Big Bang, Big Crunch, Brian Koberlein, cosmology, cyclic universe, fluctuations, gravitational waves, infinity, inflationary theory, James Webb Space Telescope, mathematics, Paul J. Steinhardt, physics, Physics, Earth & Space, Princeton University, Roger Penrose, Sabine Hossenfelder, science, Standard Model, universe
The recent flutter over whether the James Webb Space Telescope’s data stream is a plus or a minus for the Big Bang raised interesting cosmological issues. Source
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