and actually died on the day they said? Also, assuming we live after we die, how will we know it? Because for all we know we might all be dead right now and we just don't know it. I'm not sure, but it just crossed my mind though. A couple minutes ago. (3 by the time I posted this I think.) Maybe we'll know when we realize we don't have to scratch or eat or shower or go to the bathroom. Which section of the body houses our spirit and soul - the part that keeps us alive - our "batteries" so-to-speak? Obviously not our limbs. Is it just the brain? Just the heart? The digestical system? I am trying to break this down into scientifical terms. And I think that if I don't get some frigging answers soon I'm gonna be really pissed off. Edit: One more question - what is the shortest way to know everything ever? Is it done using a pyramid framework where you build upon a broad foundation until you make your way up to the last stone? Or is it more like a parallel thing where you learn all things at the same time until all of a sudden you know everything at once? I would say that learning everything in series would take too much time and that's what I'm trying to get away from right now.