The Philosophy of Monty Python’s Stan (from Life of Brian) – You came from nothing, you go back to nothing. What’ve ya got to lose? Nothing.

Everything that is something had to come from nothing. Every relationship you have in your life, at some point, was not there. So if you were fine before it happened, it’s prove you’ll be fine after it’s gone. Which is like life. At some point you didn’t live. And the world …

Hypothetical: If you could choose between dying peacefully (and unaware) during your sleep, or die FULLY AWARE, but have ONE SECOND after your heart stops (and before your brain shuts down) where you could see the universe’s entire past and future and understand every single thing in the universe ever (alas Lucy in yep ‘Lucy’), which would you choose? & The Philosophy of: Lucy [pt.4]

There’s one thing, just one, that is impossible to ever know about. One thing that no one can ever experience and tell us about, for us to know, for a fact, what it’s like. And yep, that is pretty much my favourite topic to talk about, (just behind this): death. …

The Philosophy of: Lucy [pt.2] – If the first living organism passed on genetic information to its offspring, and that passed down information to its, then that passed it down to its and… ###FAST FORWARD x AMOUNT OF GENERATIONS TILL YOU GET TO US### …then you never really die.

‘We Never Really Die’ *(go to 1:35) When the first single cell organism, the prokaryote, began to exist, it learned about its environment. It survived, and that information on how to survive and withstand possible dangers was passed on to its next generation. Then if the next organism because even …

Missing the point #5: Our understanding of death – what are we on about? We’ve got no idea. (+ Neil Strauss on statues and commerative days)

Humans understand a bunch of shit. We can split the atom, build the Large Hadron Collider and launch and then land a rocket back on Earth. But there’s one thing we have no clue about, one thing that’s physically impossible to experience and share knowledge about (and therefore impossible to know what the …