The recognition of the soul as being immortal is also getting scientific support. Two scientists in physics and mathematics have claimed after long research that the soul never dies, only the body dies. After death, the soul returns to the universe, but the information contained in it is never destroyed. Sir Roger Penrose, professor of mathematics and physics at Oxford University and Dr. Stuart Hameroff, a physics scientist at the University of Arizona, have published six papers on the subject after nearly two decades of research. Recently on his research, America’s famous science channel has made a documentary film which is going to be aired soon. Researchers say that the human brain is like a biological computer. The program of this biological computer is the consciousness or soul which operates through a quantum computer inside the brain. A quantum computer refers to microscopic tubules located in brain cells that are made up of protein-based molecules. These subtle sources of energy in a large number of molecules combine to form a quantum state which is actually consciousness or spirit.
Soul dissolves in the universe
According to scientists, when a person starts to die mentally, then these microscopic tubes start losing the quantum state. Subtle energy particles move out of the brain tubes into the universe. Sometimes a dying person becomes alive, then these particles return to the microscopic tubes.
This research to scientists is based on the quantum theory of physics.
Quantum theory basis
This research to scientists is based on the quantum theory of physics. According to this, the soul resides in microscopic tubes of protein in the cells of the conscious mind in the form of molecules and sub-cells of energy. Information is stored in these microscopic particles.
Notifications are not lost
According to research, even though the subtle energy particles go into the universe, the information contained in them is not destroyed. The Plunk Institute in Munich is named after Max Plunk, a scientist who has proposed the quantum theory, which is also confirmed by the scientist Hannes Peter Tur.