Science says that matter is the cause and origin of life and it does not recognise the presence of the soul in our body.
If so, why can't we make a dead body to become live, by injecting the missing chemical elements into it? Please discuss.
In future, it may be possible to revive a dead body.
Many ppl have had near death experience at the hospital table.....where for few minutes, the person has been clinically dead but has been brought back to life with medical intervention.
Scientists have successfully revived a dead animal by injecting it with healthy cells...(http://www.thestar.com/sciencetech/Science/article/29372 1) , cloning, artificial genome is possible today, where the genes of the dead person can be used to create a replica of the person. Science has even created a bacteria (a totally new species of bacteria) in a lab...
The day is not far when science can and will indeed make a dead person come alive....
It is not possible to make Water, Air, Fire or human body in new form. No one can understand dat wat happen to our soul after death. These r some unanswered questions.
The movement from a religious metaphor guiding the ancient past to a scientific metaphor of modern times continues to go further ahead, since the latter is increasingly being recognised as incomplete for telling us about the various contemporary issues, the crisis, such as environmental pollution, ecological imba-lances, and so on. The modern movement marked a departure from the old dynamics of life when humankind lived closer to nature, sustained and motivated by an understanding of our higher nature an understanding that came easily and naturally to them; as against the confidence of the modern era to achieve better living conditions, through progress in terms of conquest of nature introducing both physical and psychological new parameters, separating man from nature, from the universe and hence not being responsible for an overall harmony by being subservient to the cosmos, but pretending to be the dominant force himself. Thus being good and bad became ...more
I wish to digress for a moment and point out that although science is our primary tool for the understanding of life and the universe, it cannot possibly, nor should it be expected to, answer all of our questions - especially those of a non-empirical nature. Sometimes we just have to rationalize and look beyond the limited scope of science, though only when we have no other choice in the pursuit of knowledge and truth.
Often, our belief system clouds our ability to rationalize and be objective. Our belief system is something that is formed through the knowledge we acquire, our experiences, and from what we are taught by people who help shape us. New information we receive is first 'filtered' through this belief system and this is how we decide whether or not to accept this information ...more
This topic is too much vast and endless too.
When we say life, it is the process which is the cause to grow up, take food and end it after a time period.
Our body has one chemical process going on every time and ofcourse the life is the main driver for it.
when life is not there the body functionality too stoped.
But according to your question, can we inject the life again in a dead body ???
Dear, this is the point where science is one point behind the concept of soul. once the so called soul leave the body no one can regain it. yes we have the process of human cloning, but its too a part of alive body only where one dna cause to create its replica.
So till now its is not being possible to inject the life again...
future is unpreditcable, any thing can happen.. ...more