Death is a funny thing. Nobody really knows what happens when we die. For that matter, nobody even knows what happens to make us live. All we really know is that we are here (whatever that means?).

Here we are, humans on this planet for many centuries, and we have no idea what we're doing here, where we came from or where we're going. Philosophers would be out of a job if the answers to these eternal questions would be found.

The following presentation is for anyone who has ever asked or been asked the question, "What happens when we die?" Just one way of explaining, to children of all ages, the unexplainable phenomenon
of life and death.

It may be right, it may be wrong...nobody can know, and it really doesn't matter. What matters is that, for those who need to have an answer, there may be an answer...

...but it provokes more thought.


Tips:

  • Go through this a few times...it will keep looping if you keep clicking on the pictures. After the first time through, all the images are already downloaded to your machine so they'll load faster allowing you to read more naturally.
  • Best viewed at 800 x 600 resolution in 256 color mode - or better.



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From the Cosmos, through Terry Beard...to the world.
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