Is it medically possible to transfer your consciousness into another body?
- 𝕵𝖔𝖘𝖍 𝕬𝖑𝖋𝖗𝖊𝖉Lv 43 weeks ago
There is one experiment I know of where a dogs head was cut off from its body, and some of its physiological functions remained. It was remotely still alive. That's one close case. More exactly they did it with a macaque. So yes it is medically possible. It would probably be unethical and prohibited in modern society to do with human heads. There are some people who freeze only their brains in hope that a body replacement type of resurrection will be possible one day.
- Roger the MoleLv 73 weeks ago
- ZirpLv 73 weeks ago
let's hope it isn't.
I'm pretty sure the rightful owner of the body would object
- CowboyLv 63 weeks ago
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- LizLv 43 weeks ago
When we die, our consciousness returns to exactly the same state it was before we were alive. It is as God told Adam after he disobeyed: “For dust you are and to dust you will return.” (Genesis 3:19) In that sense, humans are no different from animals. Regarding the condition of the dead, it is just as the Bible says: “There is no superiority of the man over the beast.”—Ecclesiastes 3:19, 20.