If our consciousness is made up of a specific group of atoms that form together and split up after death when we die, but they don't die... By the laws of eternity, doesn't this guarantee that they will meet up again and form the and counsciousness? Possibly trillions of years down the road, or even a number of years down the road the we can't even fathom. Doesn't this also in a way support the theory that any possible scenario that can happen, will happen?



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Sat, 09/08/2018 - 4:12am

*same conciousness
*Anything that can happen will happen

 
 
Wed, 11/28/2018 - 5:06am
bakayurei Says:

it's not necessarily true that in an infinite and eternal universe everything's happening somewhere. there are laws of nature that can't be broken like the tendency towards disorder. in eternity once all the stars burn out and there's nothing transforming energy to a useful state and space has expanded so much that gravity no longer works and new stars can't form then there's no life, and your special arrangement of atoms won't exist again. you're the rarest thing there is