Posts Tagged ‘Vida’

Lições de vida: O que só se descobre na hora da morte

terça-feira, agosto 8th, 2017


Bronnie Ware, uma enfermeira que durante vários anos cuidou de pessoas que eram muito idosas ou estavam enfermas em suas casas – escreveu “The Top Five Regrets of the Dying – A Life Transformed by the Dearly Departing”, que, como o título diz, trata dos cinco arrependimentos mais comuns manifestados pelas pessoas antes de morrerem.

No livro da Bronnie aparecem essas ideias, e os comentários dela:

  1. Eu gostaria de ter tido a coragem de viver a vida que eu quisesse, não a vida que os outros esperavam que eu vivesse.

“Esse foi o arrependimento mais comum. Quando as pessoas percebem que a vida delas está quase no fim e olham para trás, é fácil ver quantos sonhos não foram realizados. A maioria das pessoas não realizou nem metade dos seus sonhos e têm de morrer sabendo que isso aconteceu por causa de decisões que tomaram, ou não tomaram. A saúde traz uma liberdade que poucos conseguem perceber, até que eles não a têm mais.”

  1. Eu gostaria de não ter trabalhado tanto.

“Eu ouvi isso de todo paciente masculino que eu trabalhei. Eles sentiam falta de ter vivido mais a juventude dos filhos e a companhia de seus parceiros. As mulheres também falaram desse arrependimento, mas como a maioria era de uma geração mais antiga, muitas não tiveram uma carreira. Todos os homens com quem eu conversei se arrependeram de passar tanto tempo de suas vidas no ambiente de trabalho.”

  1. Eu queria ter tido a coragem de expressar meus sentimentos.

“Muitas pessoas suprimiram seus sentimentos para ficar em paz com os outros. Como resultado, ele se acomodaram em uma existência medíocre e nunca se tornaram quem eles realmente eram capazes de ser. Muitos desenvolveram doenças relacionadas à amargura e ressentimento que eles carregavam.”

  1. Eu gostaria de ter ficado em contato com os meus amigos.

“Frequentemente eles não percebiam as vantagens de ter velhos amigos até eles chegarem em suas últimas semanas de vida e não era sempre possível rastrear essas pessoas. Muitos ficaram tão envolvidos em suas próprias vidas que eles deixaram amizades de ouro se perderem ao longo dos anos. Tiveram muito arrependimentos profundos sobre não ter dedicado tempo e esforço às amizades. Todo mundo sente falta dos amigos quando está morrendo.”

  1. Eu gostaria de ter me permitido ser mais feliz.

“Esse é um arrependimento surpreendentemente comum. Muitos só percebem isso no fim da vida que a felicidade é uma escolha. As pessoas ficam presas em antigos hábitos e padrões. O famoso ‘conforto’ com as coisas que são familiares O medo da mudança fez com que eles fingissem para os outros e para si mesmos que eles estavam contentes quando, no fundo, eles ansiavam por rir de verdade e aproveitar as coisas bobas em suas vidas de novo.”

Existe evidencias de vida apos a morte? Melhor lista de evidencias

domingo, agosto 6th, 2017


Is There Evidence of Life After Death?

To listen to skeptics, only the gullible masses believe in an afterlife, desperate to be reunited with loved ones.

As we have shown, however, skeptics are so convinced of their intellectual superiority that they are incapable of examining evidence objectively that contradicts their strongly-held viewpoints.

Unlike the cases for ESP and UFOs, however, the evidence for survival after death is by its nature less measurable and more subtle and complicated.

Militant skeptics would have everyone believe that this is merely anecdotal and easily explained away by the biochemistry of the dying brain, pumped up by morphine and stress, with the particular hallucinations the result of a combination of wishful thinking and religious preconception. But as we shall see, this view ignores some inconvenient facts.

While looking at several types of relevant experiences, I will only focus on the issue of immediate survival after death, not theological assertions about what happens beyond that, such as whether there is a heaven or hell or reincarnation. Nor will we try to resolve here exactly what it is that may survive death.

One way to think about the larger picture of reality that the so-called supernatural presents is like the difference between the world of ordinary objects we interact with daily and the invisible quantum world that underlies everything. It is difficult for our minds to get around the fact that what seems like solid reality is mostly empty space. Skeptics are invited to imagine that the paranormal world is something like the theorized other dimensions of the “multiverse.”

Death-Bed Visions

Let us begin with something that should be a perfect test for the skeptical case about hallucinations of the dying: death-bed visions. It is not uncommon for people who are about to die to imagine that the heavens open up and relatives appear to welcome them to the other side.

In What They Saw at the House of Death: A New Look at Evidence for Life After Death by Karlis Osis, a noted physics professor, and Erlendur Haraldsson, a clinical psychologist. Between them, they had carefully examined 5,000 cases of death-bed visions for nearly two decades starting in 1959. These were culled from observations by 17,000 physicians and nurses. Most were medical personnel in the U.S., but some came in from a separate study about patients in India, to check to what extent cultural and religious beliefs influenced the experiences.

Investigative journalist Michael Schmicker, in Best Evidence, summarized the remarkable conclusions:

Biological-Pharmaceutical Factors

*Patients who were given painkilling drugs were not more likely to have such visions than those who were not.

*Brain malfunctions were more likely to reduce such visions.

*A history of using psychoactive drugs did not increase the likelihood of these visions.

*There was no evidence that a lack of oxygen induced the visions.

Psychological Factors

*Stress played no role in predicting which patients would see “the dead.”

*Whether the patient believed in an afterlife did not matter.

*In some cases, the death-bed visions came to people who did not know they were dying.

Cultural Factors

*The visions often did not fit with the religious preconceptions of the individuals. Christians saw no evidence of hell; Hindus had no visions that confirmed they would be reborn.

*There were 11 aspects to these visions that were shared by both American and Indian cases, so they are likely common to many cultures.

Schmicker cited a compelling example. In 1919, Horace Traubel, a friend and biographer of the poet Walt Whitman, was dying in Bon Echo, Ontario, Canada. With him was Lt. Col. L. Moore Cosgrave. Cosgrave reported that at 3 a.m., Traubel stared at a point in the room three feet above the bed.

“A light haze eventually resolved itself into the form of Whitman…wearing an old tweed jacket, an old felt hat, and had his right hand in his pocket,” which Cosgrave could see. The apparition nodded twice to Traubel, who said, “There is Walt.” As the ghost brushed by him, Cosgrave felt a slight electric shock.

Near-death Experiences

“Near-death experiences” (NDEs) was the term coined by Dr. Raymond Moody, a physician who wrote the first popular book on the phenomenon, Life After Life, in 1975. He studied cases of patients who were pronounced clinically dead, but claimed they could see and hear things that seemed impossible, according to the materialist understanding of reality.

A 1982 Gallup poll revealed that one out of seven Americans had at least once been close to dying and 35% of these reported having the NDE. These experiences would seem fairly common, but were not generally reported by physicians, which is explained by the fact that only 32% of doctors at the time believed in an afterlife vs. 67% of the public.

While the specific details of the experience would be interpreted by the person who was supposedly dead, based on his or her cultural and religious background, the most common stages occurred in this order:

*A sense of dying as a release from cares and pain.

*The patient feels he or she is rising from the body and able to look down on it and the attending medical personnel.

*This self or spirit is compelled to pass through a dark tunnel with light at the end.

*Beings of light greet the spirit at the end of the tunnel—often these are deceased family or friends and sometimes a person understood as a founder or leader of their religious tradition (atheists reported an abstract figure of light).

*As many as 29% recalled having their life’s events flash through their memories, as if reviewing them before judgment.

*Many wanted to stay in this disembodied state, but were told they needed to return.

*Consciousness returns to the body, startling medical personnel, who had pronounced the patient dead.

Moody’s initial report has been confirmed in thousands of cases investigated by others. The International Association for Near-Death Studies was founded in 1978 to encourage the serious study of the phenomenon.

Skeptics are quick to argue that all of these things can be explained by incorrect judgments about clinical death and by the combined effects of a sick brain and the drugs administered at the time.

Among the most notable books to take a more systematic scientific approach to anecdotal evidence were by medical doctors Kenneth Ring, in Life at Death, and Michael Sabom, in Recollections of Death: A Medical Investigation.

Sabom in particular was skeptical. He accepted the critics’ theory that NDEs were hallucinations due to heightened brain activity and was surprised to realize that they occurred most commonly in patients who had been unconscious for at least 30 minutes, when neuroactivity was reduced.

He believed that claims that these “dead” patients had accurately described what was happening around them were easily explained by hearing medical personnel discussing them or that they were educated guesses.

Sabom set up a control group of cardiac patients who had not reported having NDEs. He found the NDEers’ accounts very accurate, while the guesses of cardiac patients were way off, and he was able to rule out the possibility in many cases of the “dead” picking up the information by hearing it.

Doctors at Southampton General Hospital studied 3,500 patients and concluded that cases of NDEs being reported involved “well-structured, lucid thought processes with reasoning and memory formation at a time when their brains were shown not to function,” contradicting the materialistic view of how the brain works.


Dr. Eben Alexander’s NDE

The most famous of modern NDEs was recounted in the 2012 bestseller by Dr. Eben Alexander, a neurosurgeon, in Heaven is Real: A Doctor’s Experience with the Afterlife (a good example if skeptics’ inability to state the facts in their rebuttals can be found in a response to an article in Esquire:…. He went into a seven-day coma after suffering from microbial meningitis in 2008 and had an experience that ran counter to his expectations. He recalled:

I did not believe in the phenomenon of near-death experiences…I sympathized deeply with those who wanted to believe that there was a God and I envied such people the security that those beliefs no doubt provided. But as a scientist, I simply knew better.

When I entered the emergency room, my chances of survival in anything beyond a vegetative state were already low, but they soon sank to near nonexistent. For seven days I lay in a deep coma, my body was unresponsive, my higher-order brain functions totally offline.

All the chief arguments against near-death experiences suggest that these are the results of minimal, transient, or partial malfunctioning of the cortex. But mine took place not while my cortex was malfunctioning, but while it was simply off. This is clear from the global cortical involvement documented by CT scans and neurological examinations. According to current medical understanding of the brain and mind, there is absolutely no way that I could have experienced even a dim and limited consciousness during my time in the coma, much less the hyper-vivid and completely coherent odyssey I underwent.


A 2001 study reported in the British medical journal The Lancet reported that the NDEs could not be explained by reactions to medications, a lack of oxygen to the brain, or fear of death.

Perhaps most convincing is that patients are able to report events outside the room where their bodies were. For example, some claimed that their spirits went into the waiting room and heard conversations between family members, which they recalled accurately. Given the skeptics’ position on ESP, this should be impossible.

In 1990, Seattle pediatrician Melvin Morse’s Closer to the Light examined the cases of 120 children who had NDEs. In most cases, they would have been too young to have absorbed a well-grounded religious expectation of what might happen. He made a point-by-point refutation of the skeptics’ arguments about the biochemistry of death and hallucination, compelling enough to have persuaded some skeptics to take a more open-minded position.

In Beyond: On Life After Death, Fred Frohock attempted to weigh the evidence objectively and concluded:

The problem with the materialist explanation that NDEs are a purely neurological reaction to the stress of death is that we would have to stretch the powers of the brain to new and unproven levels of achievement. The weight of the likelihood, of possibilities, seems to be in favor of transcendent experiences, although NDEs could be both transcendent and part of the physical world.

The brain may be the instrument that guides the self into a realm of existence as real and empirical as the dimension we currently occupy. All we have to do is move the perimeters of physical reality out to more comprehensive dimensions. Death is as ordinary as birth, and may be the same kind of portal to another empirical stage of life. Physicists tell us there must be more dimensions to reality to explain the reality we sense and know.

In Dr. Andrew Newberg’s Teaching Co. course The Spiritual Brain, he cites the impact these experiences have on those who go through them: “People come away from a near-death experience with a radically altered set of beliefs about themselves, the meaning of life, relationships—everything. They no longer fear death and are more spiritual and less religious. Many say things like, ‘I don’t think there is a God; I know there is a God.’ One said that the experience was ‘bigger’ than religion, which was not sufficient to help encapsulate the NDE.”

Teoria Fisica da Origem da Vida como resultado da Termodinamica,

terça-feira, agosto 1st, 2017


O biofísico Jeremy England fez algum estardalhaço em 2013 com uma nova teoria que projeta a ideia de origem da vida como um resultado inevitável da termodinâmica….

Cientista apresenta pela primeira vez uma teoria física para o surgimento da vida

(registrado artigo para voltar a ler e pesquisar)

O que e’ vida? Artificial Intelligency vai tornar a definição ainda mais dificil

quinta-feira, julho 20th, 2017


Pedaco de texto obtido num debate:

“… you’d need to have an absolute definition of what constitutes alive… or life.

So a virus is not alive because as a system it requires another systems to act as a reproduction factory… otherwise it just sits there as a polymer doing nothing. Or perhaps you’d need to explain if a digital systems that can copy itself and metabolize in a computers memory is alive…or more alive than a biological virus?

So if an A.I. model gets to replicate itself breeding with other models to create a more complex or even less complex but more capable model is it technically alive?”

Vida apos a morte? Livro e Filme

quinta-feira, julho 13th, 2017


Porque o “você” no pós-vida não seria realmente você

Filme: Em um filme da Netflix produzido em 2017, chamado The Discovery, o ator Robert Redford interpreta um cientista que prova que a vida após a morte é real.

Livro: livro de Michael Shermer (em inglês, tem o nome Heavens on Earth: The Scientific Search for Afterlife, Immortality and Utopia, pela editora Henry Holt)


Art. – Em segundo lugar, existe a suposição de que a cópia de conexões do cérebro – o diagrama de seus contatos neurais – carregada em um computador (como alguns cientistas sugerem), ou a ressurreição do eu físico em uma vida após a morte (como muitas religiões imaginam), trazem como resultado uma pessoa acordando de algo como um longo sono, em um laboratório ou no céu. Mas uma cópia das memórias de um indivíduo, de sua mente ou mesmo de sua alma não é o indivíduo. É uma cópia dele, como um gêmeo, e ninguém olha para um irmão igual a si e pensa: “oh, olhe eu ali”. Nem a duplicação nem a ressurreição podem instanciá-lo em outro plano de existência.

Matrix/DNA: Supomos que a consciência seja um diagrama no modelo da formula feito de fótons banhados numa substancia plásmica extra-dimensional. Esta dimensão não seria revelada nem pelas seis faixas invisíveis da luz ou seis estados vibratórios desconhecidos, mas sim uma oitava configuração que conteria as sete faixas e mais um grau de transcendência. O diagrama das conexões neurais é o estado presente da reflexão da mente na matéria porem, onde a matéria é dominante e a consciência recessiva. Na morte não ocorre nem duplicação nem ressurreição e sim um retorno da bolha ao seu oceano. Apenas não sei como seria mantida a individualidade dentro do oceano.

Art: – Cada um de nós é único no mundo e na história, geograficamente e cronologicamente. Nossos genomas e conexões não podem ser duplicados, então somos indivíduos atentos a consciência de nossa mortalidade e autoconsciência sobre o que isso significa. O que isso significa? A vida não é uma disputa temporária antes do grande show que vem a seguir: é nosso proscênio pessoal no drama do cosmos, aqui e agora.

Matrix/DNA: Todos os seres cujos corpos alcançaram a complexidade suficiente para alcançar o nível da consciência, mas ainda estão nos primeiros estágios deste processo, são genes meio-conscientes funcionando na construção da consciência universal final. cada gene e’ único pois apenas ele tem uma informação especifica que e’ uma fração da totalidade de informações para formar a consciência universal. Assim, humanos possuem suas cabeças na forma de ovo dentro do qual esta sendo gerado, ainda na forma fetal ou embrionaria, esta consciência universal. O cérebro apenas faz o papel de placenta e amnion.


Cientistas russos descobrem formas de vida na superfície da ISS

segunda-feira, junho 12th, 2017


Cientistas russos descobrem formas de vida na superfície da ISS

TRAPPIST-1: Onde esta a maior chance da primeira descoberta de Vida fora da Terra. Panspermia?

sábado, junho 10th, 2017


A size comparison of the planets of the TRAPPIST-1 system, lined up in order of increasing distance from their host star. The planetary surfaces are portrayed with an artist’s impression of their potential surface features, including water, ice, and atmospheres.

A size comparison of the planets of the TRAPPIST-1 system, lined up in order of increasing distance from their host star. The planetary surfaces are portrayed with an artist’s impression of their potential surface features, including water, ice, and atmospheres.

Enhanced interplanetary panspermia in the TRAPPIST-1 system

We present a simple model for estimating the probability of interplanetary panspermia in the recently discovered system of seven planets orbiting the ultracool dwarf star TRAPPIST-1, and find that panspermia is potentially orders of magnitude more likely to occur in the TRAPPIST-1 system compared to the Earth-to-Mars case.

Nos apresentamos um simples modelo para estimar a probabilidade de panspermia interplanetaria no recente descoberto Sistema de sete planetas orbitando a ultrafria estrela ana TRAPPIST-1, e achamos que panspermia e’ potencialmente de grande magnitude para parecer mais possivel ocorrer em TRAPPIST-1 comparado com o caso de Terra-para-Marte.

As a consequence, we argue that the probability of abiogenesis is enhanced on the TRAPPIST-1 planets compared to the Solar system. By adopting models from theoretical ecology, we show that the number of species transferred and the number of life-bearing planets is also likely to be higher, because of the increased rates of immigration.

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Origem da Vida: Descrição Da Primeira Química para Leigos

domingo, junho 4th, 2017


Post postado em:

What drives the molecules to be ordered by themselves? is there an ordering force? How do yo know that first molecules that got some level of order, kip that order during millions of years? I can tell a story of how the Mona Lisa painted alone without human intervention, will you believe that tale? No? why no?, I can not believe in your tale
To Jorge Juarez: I believe you may not understand how chemistry works. I will try to explain in layman’s terms.
RNA/DNA did not just form by themselves. At first, there were extremely simple replicating molecules. How this works is that when these molecules come into contact with certain chemicals, they bind. Certain molecules will bind to certain parts of the molecule. Some of these happen to be a “reverse” copy; they bind in the opposite order.
When all spots have been filled, the new molecule splits at these sites, and thus replicates. It splits do to opposite forces. These first molecules were only 5-6 atoms in length; very simple. Because these molecules could replicate, they eventually became very common, and thus were everywhere.
Now, it is common knowledge that molecules can undergo changes (chemical reactions). Sometimes, these changes would make these molecules replicate faster by becoming more attractive (more binding spots). Sometimes they would become more stable (harder to break). Etc. Now, because these changes would make these molecule “superior” (they were able to replicate better than previous versions), they would become very numerous. And just like before, after time they would become extremely common.
Now, this process would repeat, and repeat, and repeat. Each time getting just SOMEWHAT slightly more complex. Repeat this process millions of times, and its not hard to see where DNA came from. The reason the molecules kept that order is because once they started replicating, there were tons of them. So even if most got destroyed, there were always extra because they replicated. What you have to also understand is that there are TRILLIONS AND TRILLIONS of different chemical combinations possible.
Even infinite. So it is not unlikely that at LEAST one of these combinations could produce a self-replicating molecule. Also, there are 10000000… molecules in the Earths oceans, undergoing chemical reactions. So its not really hard for life to form.
The analogy of the Mona Lisa does not work, because dna did not just fully appear. It took millions of small very simple steps in order to finally emerge. The process took millions-billions of years.
+Jorge Juarez  – Because we do not know the exact conditions of early Earth. That is why we are unable to replicate it. That is the whole point; we are trying to find the conditions of early Earth. We have an idea, but its too long ago to know exactly. Thus, scientists are trying different methods and environments. We are slowly narrowing it down. The key is replicating the EXACT same conditions. Given that this was 4 BILLION YEARS AGO, I think a lot of credit is due to the fact we ALREADY have RNA forming in labs. This I think is your misunderstanding. We DO know how life formed. We DO know the process. What we don’t know is the environment.

Vida Extraterrestre: Nova teoria

sábado, junho 3rd, 2017


Interessante artigo onde enviei o post copiado abaixo que esta aguardando aprovacao do moderador


Hibernating Aliens Could Explain The Great Silence



thematrixdna @thematrixdna

Reading all comments here, nobody remembered this possibility. Matrix/DNA Theory is suggesting that any advanced life form more evolved than human beings, will create its own environment, where a unique astronomical body performs the seven systemic functions performed today by the known seven kinds of astronomic bodies. Such final astronomical body and the physical structure of such life form, I think, can not be detectable by our current technology.
Stars, planets, quasar, pulsar, comets ,black holes, moon, each one has a specific systemic function that fits this life form needs. So, why not resume 7 into 1, having everything at the same time/space?
For understanding such astronomical body you need know the astronomical systemic model that works like the perfect automated machine, almost a perpetum motor, at my website.
People are forgetting that the first change when any new intelligent species does is about its environment, like humans changed the landscape of jungle into urban cities.

Existe Vida Depois da Morte? O melhor video com o melhor debate entre crentes e ceticos

quinta-feira, maio 18th, 2017


E meu comentario com a opiniao da Matrix/DNA postado no Video:

Louis Charles MorelliLouis Charles Morelli – 5/18/2017

My 2 cents:

1) The word “life” is the culprit of so much confusion. Change it for ” biological systems”, differing from atom systems, galactic systems and there is no such separation between “living systems” and “no-living systems”. At Matrix/DNA Theory we are discovering that all biological properties has its counterparts as mechanistic properties at astronomic systems and electromagnetic properties at atomic systems. There is a unique natural universal system that began with the Big Bang in shape of “wave light system”, which got the shape of atoms, galaxies, humans, consciousness, and still is alive for 13,8 years old. Consciousness and natural world is like software and hardware. Consciousness could not work at the ancient systems like Bill Gates could not making working the windows inside the ancient calculators machines.

2) A human brain gets consciousness at 6 or 8 months old. It is not each brain that creates consciousness, it already was existing before and surrounding the embryo’s little universe. The universal natural system gets consciousness at 13,8 billion years, wherever there is a system with the necessary complexity. Each is not that human species creates consciousness, neither that all other conscious aliens created consciousness: it was existing before and surrounding our universe;

3) At Matrix/DNA Theory we discovered that the entropy attacking an astronomic system produces its defragmentation into bits-information, carried on by photons. These photons works like genes, building the new shape of the universal system, which are biological shapes. Since photons were also composing the first universal shape of system – waves of light – emitted by something existing before and beyond our universe, we conclude that  this original light is linked directly to consciousness. So, if we want to see and touch the substance of consciousness we need go beyond electrochemical signals, synapses and we will see darkness. Cleaning this darkness we will see a astonishing network of photons located inside the electrons of the atoms that composes neurons and brains. But it is merely the matrix/dna of consciousness.

4) We are still almost blind. We see only one and half part of a light that has seven parts. We only touch a world made by two and half parts of vibrations which has seven kinds of vibrations, to say, seven dimensions. Our brain is still primitive, our sensors are evolving yet and we will get more complex sensors. Then, Mr. Physicist will perceive that Physics reveal merely the skeleton of the universe, any natural systems and human bodies. it can not grasp anything about the soft meat, the neurology… and they pretends that know something about consciousness… My Go… oh, I mean, My Almighty Lord Pink Unicorn…