The Physics of death
Although death is an invincible part of life, for many people, death – or at least the idea of permanent extinction – is the disturbing thing that happens in the body during decomposition and the process by which it occurs.
Cells and tissues begin to rupture after death is quite invasive, but what if we look at death from a physics point of view, instead of looking at it from a biological perspective?
In particular, let’s see how our energy redistributes after we die. In life, the human body consists of matter and energy. They are both electrical impulses and signals and chemical reactions. The same can be said of plants, which run on photosynthesis, a process that allows them to generate energy from sunlight.
The human body is made up of matter and energy. That energy is both electrical (impulse and signal) and chemical (reactions). The same can be said of plants, which run on photosynthesis, a process that allows them to generate energy from sunlight.
The process of generating energy in humans is much more complex. Is. Significantly, at any given moment, your body has about 20 watts of energy – enough to light a bulb – and this energy is obtained in many ways.
Mostly, we get it from food, which gives us chemical energy. That chemical energy is then converted into kinetic energy which is ultimately used to strengthen our muscles.
As we know through thermodynamics, energy cannot be created or destroyed. It only changes the states. The total amount of energy in an isolated system cannot be changed. And thanks to Einstein, we also know that matter and energy are two rungs of the same ladder (E = mc²) – the universe as a whole closed system. However, the human body (and other ecosystems) are not closed systems – they are open systems.
We exchange energy with our surroundings. We can get energy (again, through chemical reactions), and we can give it back (by removing waste wastes or by removing heat). After death, the collection of atoms from which you are made a universe like Femen says that
I, a universe of atoms, an atom in the universe.
I, a universe of atoms and an atom in the universe. Are regenerated again. That atom and the energy that was created during the Big Bang will always be there and will resonate throughout space until the end of time.