Question for the atheists...
Is it really true that you think we are just food for the worms?
SO is it ok for you, that when you die, your body will be thrown into a dump site?
Anyway, it don't possess a soul. We don't have to live for 'something', so our life ends at death, and we are 'nothing' after death. A picture would be enough as 'memory'.
Thank you. ;-).
However we may answer this question through science to which I applaud the work of evolutionary anthropologist who seek to clearly show that we evolved from lower species both intra-phylum and trans-phylum wise, for this would be a strong case for the universe not being seeded and purposeless. Unfortunately due to ceaseless tectonic action any evidence of higher civilization existing on earth in the remote pass has been destroyed by continental subduction. This why I have focused by gaze on the Moon since it is free of tectonic action any visit by man in prehistory would remain a permanent fixture. www.lunomaly.com.
In the immortal words of Jerome Horwitz: "Woo-woo-woo!"
Well, personally I think I'll probably be cremated rather than "thrown into a dump site", but it doesn't really matter to me how my body is disposed of, since I'll be dead at that stage.
As far as the soul goes: if you mean an eternal soul which magically carries on after death and goes off to paradise or (presumably more likely in my case) hell, then no I don't believe in that. Why would I? Because someone wrote it in a book? People have written all sorts of things about what happens after death in books - at most one of them is correct; I think it more likely that it is just lights out and that's it, but I may be proved wrong when it is too late.
So yes, I think that the most likely thing is that when you die you are just a piece of dead meat, just like any other animal.