User voted No.
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Apr 17, 2015

I sincerely hope there is, but as an atheist, realistically speaking, a human is just a human. It dies like any other creature, and all "processes" in the body stop, and the human loses consciousness. There's no "life after death", how unfortunate it may be.

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Apr 18, 2015

I like that attitude. I feel the same - when it comes to logic, I'm sure there is nothing after death. If you believe there is something, and you know evolution is a fact, you must believe there is something for every living thing (including of course microorganisms), and that makes no sense. On the other hand the nothing scenario is depressing. That's where the hope part comes handy. Sometimes it's good to imagine our "life" isn't that short. There is no logic here - just an abstract idea that gives you strength and hope.

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