|05-02-2007, 01:28 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2007
reviving the dead
ok it`s a thing we have all wondered about somewhere in our lives.
so i`d like to know what others think about the concept of revivng the dead.
restoring someone`s soul and essence back to the physical body and then revive the person with life energy.
that`s my theory, i`m curious to what the outcome will be.
|05-02-2007, 03:03 AM||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Mar 2007
Transmutation or Transmigration?
There is a concept of Transmigration of the Soul (Also know as metempsychosis). Imagine transplanting the essence (fixing) into a new body.
it is similar to the Christian concept of Rapture.
Also it is one of the signs of the Real Christian.
Most people that seek for a philosophical stone (Fifth Element) knew about those tales ...
Other would want to re-create the bodies of persons on cryogenic state.
|05-02-2007, 03:14 AM||#3 (permalink)|
Join Date: Mar 2007
Krypton 85 test.
There is a test based upon Krypton 85 to "transmute" into Rubidium 85.
If this would be a achievement, probably would be possible to make "time-traveller" and transmutate a new body for the host ...
The RetroPsychoKinesis Project
It seems that you could try with Thorium.
Happy research about your favorite "Life Energy" /Fifth Element source ...
|05-02-2007, 03:26 AM||#4 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2007
yes true but wouldn`t it be an easier method, to make one from scratch?
a body has a certain build and textures, shifting some atoms and reforming stuff can be done to make the materials, wich you then produce on larger scale and work it into shape.
sure it takes some planning as you have to make it all from scratch, but when you have gotten that down once you can calibrate it to best state, or work some instabillities or diseases out.
so then it would be upgrading the body a bit aswell.
or you use the sense of truth.
that`s when you tell your energy to form what is, and then you just create the body by the discription you mentioned.
an empty human body*a body without essence is formed*
only thing that could become an issue is how you look, unless you mention the feaures of the departed one.
yes that would work.
but good info
|05-02-2007, 09:05 PM||#5 (permalink)|
Join Date: Mar 2007
Well, taking suppositions.
There was also a assumption of "reversing time" or maybe rewind the things.
Example, if someone would break the speed of light, a thing that is impossible by "normal" means . It was rumored to be possible to traveler to the past. Ok, not everybody could pass the speed of light. Let's alone reach the Super-Light or Hyper-Light speed! Breaking or nulling the natural laws would feature some consequences.Blending time-space, The 'speed' could change in the face of a great mass singularity (maybe a Black Hole) , you could try with a Star or something ! Another problem is that not everybody is pure energy or a practical and/or physical indestructible being, so Super-Speed would not do any good in most ways. Apart from this being a weird theory .
|05-02-2007, 09:22 PM||#7 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jan 2007
Check this out!
Weird. I was just reading an article about something like this today. Make of it what you will.
'Dead man' at Dublin hospital is alive
Irish medics have been left baffled after a hospital patient pronounced dead on Easter Sunday was dramatically later found to be alive.
Doctors and cardiac nurses in an intensive care ward in the Mater Hospital, Dublin, fought for half an hour to resuscitate the man after he suffered a heart attack.
Even though he was then declared dead, as hospital morticians prepared to take him to the morgue he was found to be breathing and very much alive.
The man`s family had already been told and were coming to terms with their grief.
The unmarried man was being treated in the Mater for a separate condition when he suffered a cardiac arrest.
It is understood he has a mild handicap and a spokesman for the Mater confirmed management at the hospital have launched an in-depth investigation.
"The incident happened, a serious incident, and it is being investigated by the hospital," he said.
"It`s an internal investigation led by people at the very senior end and naturally there will be clinical people leading it and senior management are also across the whole issue."
It is understood the man has a history of heart problems and has been treated in the Mater on several occasions.
Nurses on the hospital`s cardiac wards who have cared for him were said to be stunned and in total disbelief.
He is said to be in good spirits now.
While being treated in the Mater on Easter Sunday the man went into cardiac arrest. He was rushed to the intensive care unit where staff worked with him for around 30 minutes but despite efforts to resuscitate him he showed no response and there were no vital signs.
A short while later his family was informed.
Orderlies were asked to prepare the man and curtains were pulled around the bed in the ward where he was being kept.
Staff from the morgue were also contacted and asked to prepare to take him out of the ward but one of them spotted that he was breathing and alerted nurses.
It is understood the investigation will examine what steps were taken to save the man, whether all necessary tests such as checks for vital signs were carried out and when he was declared dead.
It will also look into when the man was found to be alive and who made the dramatic discovery.
|05-06-2007, 06:59 PM||#8 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2007
well speed came up and i must say in the issue of reviving a dead person speed is not a real issue.
same as the omega point, it is first of all from a religion point.
second it has something to do with free space forming from the complexity of the mind.
and 3rd, things aren`t allways true or correct when using expensive words, aswell as it`s complexity cannot be told in words otherwise that little wikipedia post would mean the person that wrote it knows what it is, but as stated there it was put together from quotes and not self solved.
another way to revive a dead person is the usage of "event rejection"
i guess no explaination is needed for that, but the only disadvantage with that is that the person`s death is rejected, and that would cause inner time collapse.
this means that your inner bodies and your physical one undergo a space/time/event negation wich it cannot understand or cope with, or their minds expeirnece a sort of space time jetlag and they would go nuts from that because their minds cannot comprehend the steps.
if you target it and place them into a form of stasis you can let their bodies adapt to that jetlag and they won`t go nuts but they will feel woozy and ready to throw up.
so event rejection is a way, but not the most pleasant way.
then the resoration i mentioned in my first or second post is also a difficult one but with no side effects other then: i must have fallen asleep.
the only thing that comes from that is that you will hae to explain the person what happened and how or they will just be left with the question of what the hell happened.
so i have a couple of ways to revive a dead person but the side effects and semotional issues that come along with it just tells you to be hard to the person`s emotional point and just say something like: live this time dammit.
but i welcome the other theories they do have something but not the whole thing, but that`s ok, just fixing the puzzle piece by piece.
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