IMMORTALITY: THE SCIENCE OF FORBIDDEN FRUIT
Michael A. Tewell, author
"IMMORTALITY: THE SCIENCE OF FORBIDDEN FRUIT" reveals how evolution has adapted the human body to preserve our individuality after we die. The Law of Conservation of Information states that information cannot be created or destroyed. Our individuality is information contained in the memories of our life experiences. These memories are stored in neurons in the brain. As death approaches, the limbic system selects the most important memories to be "downloaded" into photon-encased" ions and released from the body during the death process. Immortality is not the body living forever, but our individualities being passed down from one life to the next.