Atheists, what, if anything, do you believe happens after death?
- FingersLv 71 month agoFavorite Answer
What happens after death? The same thing that fills your head, nothing.
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- marsel_duchampLv 71 month ago
Done, fini, over, ex-being. Just a pile of rotting meat or for me a pile of ashes to be used as fertilizer. Why are believers so scared of that?
- RichardLv 61 month ago
We either get cremated or become worm food.
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- darkvelvetrainLv 71 month ago
No idea, but I like the works of Raymond Moody and Elizabeth Kubler Ross on near death experiences.
- wonderingLv 51 month ago
somebody will have a big funeral bill to pay
- antoniusLv 71 month ago
The hearts stops pumping, brain dies, all functions of the body stops, and what is left of you is just a dead body. Then that dead body is either embalmed and buried whole or cremated and then buried. The dead know nothing, can do nothing, and surely can not rise from death.
- sk8terboy1963Lv 41 month ago
Nothing. There is no proof or evidence to even suggest that something happens after death.
- PyriformLv 71 month ago
Burial or cremation, usually.
- CraigLv 51 month ago
I don't see any reason to believe ANYthing about death - or about anything else, for that matter.
I DO see a reason to model and make predictions about the future, but that doesn't require BELIEF. It just requires calculation, comparison, and estimation.
My model and prediction regarding death is that it is the end of consciousness and the termination of self, based on the fact that I've seen no one reanimate and have heard no credible accounts of communication from a self that has died.
- ShadowLv 61 month ago
Nothing. When we pass away, we become history. Then people read about us in books and possibly dig up our bones for future generations of people to study as a way of learning their history.