0

# Proof of an afterlife?

Sun 19 Dec, 2010 08:50 pm
If you were to lose exactly 10 years of your memory at exactly age 30, to you it would seem like the day before your 20th birthday you were 19 and the day after you were 30. There is something i refer to as a "snap", this snap makes the person experiencing this loss of memory to seemingly jump forward in time from age 19 to age 30.

If this person has lived these 10 years perceivably to the rest of the world but not to them it seems that this loss of memory causes time to seem to snap.

If there is nothing after death this includes consciousness and memory. By my conclusion this snap should have already happened to us all when we reach the day in the future of our death. This day is the equivalent of of the 30th birthday and the birth day is the equivalent of the 20th birthday.

Any problems?
• Topic Stats
• Top Replies
Type: Discussion • Score: 0 • Views: 2,086 • Replies: 12
No top replies

edgarblythe

1
Sun 19 Dec, 2010 09:24 pm
What?
tommot2002

1
Sun 19 Dec, 2010 09:39 pm
@edgarblythe,
If we are all to lose our memories along with everything else on the day of our death. Surely we would all be "mid-snap" and therefore should have already jumped to the end of our journey and be inexistent.
The reality that we have not all "snapped" from our birth to our death reveals that there is at least consciousness after death.
roger

1
Sun 19 Dec, 2010 09:42 pm
@tommot2002,
It does!?
tommot2002

1
Sun 19 Dec, 2010 09:44 pm
@roger,
To me it does
0 Replies

Finn dAbuzz

1
Mon 20 Dec, 2010 06:36 pm
@tommot2002,
tommot2002 wrote:

If you were to lose exactly 10 years of your memory at exactly age 30, to you it would seem like the day before your 20th birthday you were 19 and the day after you were 30. There is something i refer to as a "snap", this snap makes the person experiencing this loss of memory to seemingly jump forward in time from age 19 to age 30.

If this person has lived these 10 years perceivably to the rest of the world but not to them it seems that this loss of memory causes time to seem to snap.

If there is nothing after death this includes consciousness and memory. By my conclusion this snap should have already happened to us all when we reach the day in the future of our death. This day is the equivalent of of the 30th birthday and the birth day is the equivalent of the 20th birthday.

Any problems?

Following your "Snap Theory," if there isn't conciousness after death then when our conciousness ends (death) we "snap" back to our first moment of conciousness (which is not necessarily the day of our birth by the way). The next instant then leads to the end of conciousness, and a "snap" back to the first and so on throughout eternity.

How do you know that this isn't happening?

0 Replies

edgarblythe

1
Mon 20 Dec, 2010 06:55 pm
What?
Finn dAbuzz

1
Mon 20 Dec, 2010 08:37 pm
@edgarblythe,
Keep watching Yogi, you may observe something.
edgarblythe

1
Mon 20 Dec, 2010 08:59 pm
@Finn dAbuzz,
Believe me, I am trying.
Finn dAbuzz

1
Mon 20 Dec, 2010 09:28 pm
@edgarblythe,
edgarblythe wrote:

Believe me, I am trying.

We may not end up anywhere near coherence, but I need tommot's reply to take this any further.
tommot2002

1
Wed 22 Dec, 2010 01:05 pm
@Finn dAbuzz,
Im confused with this what you have said, please explain further?

My argument stems from time "snapping" for the period of which memory is lost.
If we have nothing after death surely our whole life's memory would be lost and therefore should have already snapped to the death date, when we would lose our life's memory.

tommot2002

1
Wed 22 Dec, 2010 01:06 pm
@tommot2002,
sorry it took so long to reply
0 Replies

Finn dAbuzz

1
Wed 22 Dec, 2010 01:22 pm
@tommot2002,
You're not the only one.

I'll come back to this when I have more time.

Thanks
0 Replies

### Related Topics

1. Forums
2. » Proof of an afterlife?