Scientific Evidence for Survival Of consciousness after death

All i have to say about our Physical body’s dying is Don’t worry folks There are some Even more Amazingly Beautiful Experiences to be had then that of a human life. Otherwise why would people be born With Individualism?  Sickness, Disablement, Mental illness, etc ETC

Near death

Explanation;

near-death experiencers who, while out of their bodies, witness real events that occur far away from their dead body. The important aspect to this phenomenon is that these events seen far away are later verified to be true. Experiencers not only witness events from great distances, but they have been documented to hear conversations between people at the same events. Conversations such as these have also verified to be true. An even more fascinating phenomenon occurs when the experiencer actually appears in spirit to someone, usually a loved one, during their NDE and it is verified to be true by the experiencer and the loved one. It is evidence such as this, if scientifically controlled, that can provide absolute scientific proof that consciousness can exist outside of the body. A scientifically controlled NDE that can be repeated which provides such evidence would be the scientific discovery of all time. However, science does not yet have the exact tools to accomplish this. But, science is coming very, very close. This kind of evidence and others provide very strong circumstantial evidence for the survival of consciousness.

So like a caterpillar going into a cocoon (Death/Unknown) and then being born again as a Butterfly (After death).

After death a small fragment of our Consciousness detaches it’s self and Floats away

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