3. Proof Of Afterlife By Memory
The word “memory” has many meanings. Up until the last 30 years memory meant the ability to remember things. With the invention of the computer the term memory has taken on an additional meaning. Memory, in a computer sense, means to store data into hardware. Remembering refers to the ability to retrieve data from hardware.
When it comes to humans, we still think of memory as remembering. Memory in humans has the ability to absorb reality and file it away. Memory in humans is like memory in a computer: information is stored intact. The ability to “read it back” out of memory is limited, however the information is there none-the-less. Computer-type memory in humans means we absorb the environment in its entirety and store it indefinitely. As we move through time and space we are building our personal universe complete in every detail.
Proof of Afterlife by Memory shows how memory works. Computer memory is designed to store information. Human memory is the same. Memory does not lose information. Memory retains everything it experiences. Afterlife is defined by the huge store of information absorbed into memory as we move through life. Afterlife is possible because this information holds time itself. Memory of time exists in total at the last moment of our lives. As we move into the last moment of our life we surrounded by the memory of the present, as well as memories of all moments ever experienced. Memory holds time and space entirely. Afterlife is just one moment in duration, however that one moment contains time itself.