When the body dies, human consciousness still lives.
That was the conclusion drawn by Sir Roger Penrose, a highly respected English mathematical physicist, mathematician and philosopher of science, the Express reported.
Penrose said his theory is based on scientific evidence. He said he and his team have found evidence that protein-based mircotubules — a structural component of human cells — carry quantum information stored at a sub-atomic level,” referring to human consciousness.
“If a person temporarily dies, this quantum information is released from the microtubules and into the universe. However, if they are resuscitated the quantum information is channelled back into the microtubules and that is what sparks a near death experience,” Penrose explained.
The British scientist’s theory jibes with the finding made by the renowned Max Planck Institute for Physics in Munich, which states that “the physical universe we live in is only our perception and once our physical bodies die, there is an infinite beyond.”