Death and Energy: Exploring the Possibilities of EMR Measurement

In summary, the conversation discusses the idea that at the point of death, an 'energy' is released from the body and returns to the general pool of energy that surrounds us. The discussion also mentions the potential types of energy that could be released, the possibility of measuring this energy, and resources for further information. However, there is no scientific evidence to support this idea and it is not related to quantum mechanics.
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Suppose at the point of death an 'energy' was released from the body. A discrete unit of energy, perhaps part of the collective energy around us, that is released back to the general pool of energy that surrounds us. The same energy of also which all matter is composed.

There are a lot of what ifs in this statement. However, assuming the above is true:

How would one image this? What type of 'energy' may be released from the body? Perhaps ideas should not be limited to electromagnetic radiation. However, suggestions of which frequencies of EMR could be considered.

Are there any devices already in existence that can measure the type of 'energy' you propose? Anything other than EMF meters? (would interested in hearing about different types, settings, and sensitivities of EMF meters.)

Finally, any informational resources are always appreciated. Has anyone else looked at these types of questions beside MacDougall, Burr?

Thx!

Dr. Goodvibes MD
 
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crazygoodvibe said:
Suppose at the point of death an 'energy' was released from the body. A discrete unit of energy, perhaps part of the collective energy around us, that is released back to the general pool of energy that surrounds us. The same energy of also which all matter is composed.

There are a lot of what ifs in this statement. However, assuming the above is true:

How would one image this? What type of 'energy' may be released from the body? Perhaps ideas should not be limited to electromagnetic radiation. However, suggestions of which frequencies of EMR could be considered.

Are there any devices already in existence that can measure the type of 'energy' you propose? Anything other than EMF meters? (would interested in hearing about different types, settings, and sensitivities of EMF meters.)

Finally, any informational resources are always appreciated. Has anyone else looked at these types of questions beside MacDougall, Burr?

Thx!

Dr. Goodvibes MD

There is no "burst" of any detectable energy (i.e. some EM spectrum) upon the death of anything. The process of extracting energy from dead tissues (plant initially) was the great challenge for organized life, and is what we call metabolism.

As for imagining your scenario, there is no way to imagine a purely fictional notion, so I would say that you can imagine it any way that you want. It has nothing to do with science, or physics, or quantum physics, but you're free to imagine this magical process in terms of quantization. Just, don't kid yourselves or others... what you describe is not real, nor open to physical description.
 
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That's not how science works. In science, the first step is to determine if a phenomenon exists. More details have to wait on this step.

There is nothing I know of in the peer-reviewed scientific literature that supports your claims, and in any event it is not about quantum mechanics, so I am closing this thread.
 
1.

What is EMR measurement and how does it relate to death and energy?

EMR measurement stands for electromagnetic radiation measurement, which is the process of quantifying the amount of electromagnetic radiation present in a given space. In relation to death and energy, EMR measurement can provide insight into the energy released during the process of death, as well as potential energy fields that may exist after death.

2.

Can EMR measurement be used to detect the presence of a soul or spirit?

At this time, there is no evidence to suggest that EMR measurement can detect the presence of a soul or spirit. While there are theories that suggest consciousness may be related to electromagnetic energy, this has not been scientifically proven and remains a topic of debate.

3.

Are there any practical applications for EMR measurement in relation to death and energy?

While there is ongoing research in this area, there are currently no practical applications for EMR measurement in relation to death and energy. However, it may be useful in understanding the physical processes that occur during death and exploring potential energy fields that may exist.

4.

Could EMR measurement be used to extend human life or cheat death?

There is no scientific evidence to suggest that EMR measurement can be used to extend human life or cheat death. Death is a natural and inevitable process, and while EMR measurement may provide insights into the energy involved, it cannot change the outcome.

5.

What are the ethical considerations surrounding the use of EMR measurement in relation to death and energy?

As with any scientific research, there are ethical considerations that must be taken into account when studying death and energy using EMR measurement. This includes obtaining informed consent from participants, ensuring the safety and well-being of all involved, and properly communicating and interpreting the results.

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