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  1. None at all. For lack of scientific theories of posthumous existence.

    The basis for the existence of a person after physical death is the obligatory presence of a soul, that is, an immaterial substance. Science is based on the postulate of the materiality of the existing universe. Accordingly, the existence of the soul as a proven fact is not considered. If we perceive the soul as a certain cluster of information, from a scientific point of view, the question arises about its carrier. A physical medium, of course. There are no facts or even scientifically based hypotheses about the presence of such a carrier.

    Everything that has an immaterial nature is the prerogative of religions, mysticism, magic, etc.

  2. in fact, that life is not available for the study of science, except for hypotheses, theories.. But there is a nuance-this is the post-mortem experience of people related to science – it can be a certain evidence in favor of post-death existence. Here is the testimony of a professor who was an atheist, but had a posthumous experience and came to believe.


  3. I personally read about reincarnation, rebirth of a person into another person or creature, many interesting stories) not proven scientifically, but more or less justified

  4. Simply none. They are all equally scientifically unsubstantiated. Someone draws conclusions about the existence of the afterlife from the fact of the so-called near-death experiences of some people, when there is a feeling that you go beyond the boundaries of your body, become weightless, etc. But this does not prove the existence of life after death, since it is explicable from the point of view of neurobiology. But even if it were not explained in this way, it is still impossible to draw an unambiguous conclusion about the afterlife from near-death experiences. However, for those who want to believe in the unreality of death, the phenomenon of near-death experiences is a consolation.

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