Greetings, I don't know any of you. While seshing with a friend of mine (whom I'll never see again), we thought up some pretty crazy theories on life. One regarding life-after-death stuck out in my mind. Some facts could be incorrect, so feel free to criticize, I'd like to hear anybody's opinion. Most of us have heard of a drug that probably starts with something like "dimethyl...", I won't get into detail because it's probably not allowed on here. I've heard rumours that this "unmentionable" is the same chemical that makes you dream, and that your brain also releases during near-death experiences (possibly explaining the white light). I believe it's also true that the brain has a considerable amount of brain activity for minutes after death. Now think about dreams, specifically time in dreams. Time is either irrelevant in dreams, or is very slow. Two days in a dream, could be two minutes of physical life. So now that we know (or think) the brain releases the same chemical that makes you dream when you die, and dreams can last (probably) infinitely. The after-life could simply be an infinite dream, because you'll dream forever before you actually die. This may not make sense to everybody, but I'm sure at least a select few will understand these thoughts.