According to certain aspects of quantum-theory, reality unfolds with perception. That means, as long as something or someone is being observed, it exists.
On the other hand, when that is not or no longer the case, the thing/being ceases to exist.
So when we die, we can no longer observe anything, not even god. So god, heaven and hell are blotted out and nothing follows and we’re @!$%#ed.
Or is that what we shall be made to believe?
Why came this theory out at all? Nothing happens without a reason. Quantum theory gives us a very logical, intellectually acceptable reason to believe exactly that. What we believe is what we cling to. So when we drift further away from god, we vibrate not in accordance with him and when we die, we cannot find him.
We’re in „hell“ and @!$%#ed again.
The quantum effects only came into existance when they first were invented.
Billions of dead people are running around in a circular hell because Dante said so.
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