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    Please: Qs

    Q at the moment of death, is any radiation, beta-/beta+, alpha, gamma, or ___ decay released?

    I am trying to find out if, at moment of death, if there is any form of non-thermal energy released, at that moment, that could/would trigger the radiation decay, perhaps a beta+ decay, in-turn, forming a: neutron, positron & a neutrino? If so: could one, out there theoretical call this an antimatter nuclei / Adam; a cell world stretch the terms of biology & physics?

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    quark-antiquark pair; is a hydrogen Adam produced from (1) quark & (1)
    antiquark = Mason; regardless of the quark/antiquark pair is, would there, still, be only one type of hydrogen Adam? OR is radiation decay behind hydrogens formation; if radiation, what type of process decay to form a: hydrogen Adam, from what kind
    of particle ?

    Q baryon antibaryon pair: A Helium Adam, is it formed from: 3 quarks (baryon) & 3 anti-quark
    (antibayron) &/OR from a type of radiation decay. if radiation, what type
    of process decay to form: a Helium Adam; if so, from what kind of particle
    & would the radiation be beta?


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    It won't matter if you are dead or alive if you radiate non-thermal radiation.


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    I am not sure; even theoretical, your answer is helpfully; but thanks all the same: Neverfly. Maybe to fly is hope or inspiration…? Who's to say; It All Good!

    What Is Meant for Live; Humans kind, if you wise:
    THIS is what i am trying to understand.

    That is the very point Nerverfly, i am trying to understand: AS YET I do not believe live, as most know it, that it is Meant to die; to separated body & sole from one another. We do originate from seemingly mostly neutral partials. When combined seem to be able to accept chaotic random coding decay change or evolutions hand; Modified over eons. It seems to me the only physical way matter, as most know it, can only exist as a matrix of: neutron, proton & electron.

    Following "Q": Does it Sound reasonable; please would you clarify/correct where needed. OR please add to this conjecture/facts… thanks

    "Q" CAN the body's matrix mass/sole turn into a liquid Quark state re Conesus non-corporeal body re a dimensional shift; If So HOW: Beta+ deay?
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    Quote Originally Posted by okwithme View Post
    That is the very point Nerverfly, i am trying to understand: AS YET I do not believe live, as most know it, that it is Meant to die; to separated body & sole from one another. We do originate from seemingly mostly neutral partials. When combined seem to be able to accept chaotic random coding decay change or evolutions hand; Modified over eons. It seems to me the only physical way matter, as most know it, can only exist as a matrix of: neutron, proton & electron.
    "Q" CAN the body's matrix mass/sole turn into a liquid Quark state re Conesus non-corporeal body re a dimensional shift; If So HOW: Beta+ deay?
    So, in short, you have a personal belief and you're trying to find scientific support for that belief? That's how being a 'crank' happens.

    First, you need to provide evidence of any kind of a "soul." Assuming first that your unsubstantiated belief in a soul is valid and then trying to "prove" it using beta decay is absolute nonsense. The principles of beta decay have nothing to do with souls, whether a body is alive or dead (Being alive does not, in any way, prevent beta decay) or the rate of decay.
    Inventing your own, personalized, version of nuclear physics will alter nothing, except to convince yourself of what you want to believe and convince others to avoid you at parties.

    If you want to believe that humans have souls and there is an after-life... that is fine. Just believe it, faithfully, without donkeying up young readers minds by confusing them with scientific gibberish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by okwithme View Post
    [ “Q” at the moment of death, is any radiation, beta-/beta+, alpha, gamma, or ___ decay released?
    No.

    [/COLOR]“Q”[/B] quark-antiquark pair; is a hydrogen Adam produced from (1) quark & (1)
    antiquark
    A hydrogen atom is a proton and an electron.

    “Q” baryon antibaryon pair: A Helium Adam, is it formed from: 3 quarks (baryon) & 3 anti-quark
    (antibayron) &/OR from a type of radiation decay. if radiation, what type
    of process decay to form: a Helium Adam; if so, from what kind of particle
    & would the radiation be beta?
    A helium atom consists of 2 protons and 2 neutrons (in the nucleus) and 2 electrons.

    Beta radiation is electrons emitted from the nucleus of certain radoactive materials.
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