Rather than referring to a one musty-tomb or another why not consider what life actually is and base our questions about existence (or not) on that basis?

This video asks some great questions.  What is your take on the questions it asks?

“No single part of the cell is alive everything inside is dead matter moved by the laws of the universe.”

Is life the aggregate of all of these reactions taking place?

Living things can evolve into dead things as long as it is beneficial in forwarding their genetic code in the evolutionary process (mitochondrial DNA).

Is life simply information that manages to secure its continued existence?

This vid might make some of the deep thinking philosophers mad. :)

 

 

 

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