• You start to decompose.
  • Dunno yet.
  • Nothing, you're dead. Peace out.
  • You die. The only thing separating us from the dead is that last breath.
  • Well, I mean that could depend. Most say that you die, but, thats not always the case. What if your stuck in a ship thats sinking, think of the movie Pearl Habor, when all those soldiers are trapped in the one ship. Not much happens after they take their last breath, just waiting for the inevitable when they have to exhale and take in water. I would imagine that would be quite terrible.
  • From a medical point of view (yeah for being an EMT!) your body will attempt to continue circulating blood but will not be able to due to the lack of oxygen entering the bloodstream through the lungs. Your brain will start sending emergency signals trying to force you to breathe, which is why you cannot commit suicide by holding your breath. Soon after this point you will lose consciousness. Less than 5 minutes after your last breath your brain will have suffered permanent and irreversible damage. Your heart will beat faster momentarily before the cardiac tissue dies and the heart stops forever. You will now be clinically dead with biological death soon to follow. This is where my meager training as an EMT fails me and my faith continues. Your soul will be judged and you will go wherever you deserve. I'm being vague here to avoid sectarian disagreement.
  • When I read the question, the first answer that came into my mind was, you wake up.
  • you die. blood needs air to circulate and once you don't have a good blood supply, 100% guarenteeded you'll die, unless theres a miracle
  • You start talking with St. Peter!
  • All the various views of God whether belief or disbelief become reality.
  • After you inspire, you expire.
  • Your soul becomes reacquainted with the consciousness of and the memory of God.
  • Well..want the disgusting take your last breath..the die...the body releases ..its really not like the tv and movies
  • a white light???
  • who knows... I hope all good things. Let me get back to you on that one.
  • Nobody knows. That's why we have so many Religions.
  • Someone frames the cigarette that killed you.
  • You die. Remember what it was like before you were born? Of course not, you did not exist. Once your consciousness seizes to function, you're as good as gone, and you return to being just another clump of carbon-based biomass that will eventually be decomposed. Even farther down the line, any fossilized remains will be swallowed up by the sun as it swells into a red giant in about another billion years. You never exist again. According to several scientific theories though(the big crunch, quantum theory & the Heisenberg principle), it is possible for your exact consciousness to be created again. The chances of it are low, and it might take a googol over a googol years for it to happen, but nothing is impossible, and you would have no perception of this time anyway as you wouldn't exist to perceive it! It would feel like an instant to you, if you remembered your previous existence at all that is(can we even talk about time when we are talking about new universes? I don't think so). Of course this could be wrong. This universe may just keep expanding, and fizzle out into nothing, cold and dead as time slows to a stop.
  • I wish I knew,,,,,,,
  • You go purple,cold and you let all your body fluids loose (you poo and wee) and then you know that ur loved is gone . How do i know? well i saw my dad die R.I.P Ross Michael Bracher R.I.P Cecil Tozer
  • You let it out again. Then you assume room temperature.
  • Your spirit,(breath of life) that was given you, returns to the Creator. Every detail of you he remembers for the day he calls you out of the tomb. So have hope, their is a ressurection...
  • Your spirit,(breath of life) that was given you, returns to the Creator. Every detail of you he remembers for the day he calls you out of the tomb. So have hope, their is a ressurection...
  • You enter into eternity. If you are saved (have accepted Jesus Christ the Son of God as your personal Saviour and trusted only in Him and what He has done for you) you go to heaven and spend eternity with Christ. If you are lost (without Christ and still in your sins) you go to hell and spend eternity seperated from Christ in eternal torments. Thankfully, God loves us all and doesn't want anyone in hell so He sent Jesus to die for us and save us from this place called hell (John 3:16-17). Only His blood can wash away our sin and get us to heaven (Hebrews 9:22) and only by confessing Him and believing in His ressurecion from the dead and coming to God through Him are we saved (Romans 10:9-13). I hope that this is helpful. -In Christ's service. Thank you and God bless you!
  • to speak honestly, they only ones who know are the dead, but if it's anything like dieing in a dream then it would feel as though your whole world became ice as the lights dim out.
  • When I die, the first thing that I'll see is the Son of Man walking toward me. He'll be dressed in a robe reaching down to his feet and with a golden sash around his chest. His head and hair will be white like wool, as white as snow, and his eyes like blazing fire. His feet like bronze glowing in a furnace, and his voice like the sound of rushing waters. When I see him, I'll probably fall at his feet as though dead. I'll hang my head in shame because I am unworthy. He will wipe the tears from my eyes and say the words, "Well done my good and faithful servant". We are not just a clump of carbon-based biomass that will eventually be decomposed. Only the fool says in his heart, “There is no God”. Where is the wise man? Where is the scholar? Where is the philosopher of this age? Has not God made foolish the wisdom of the world? In the wisdom of God the world through its wisdom did not know him, God was pleased through the foolishness of what was preached to save those who believe.
  • when you take your last breath, and die, there is another life, guess where? hell or heaven and thats for real
  • No one knows. The End.
  • You ride that breath to your destiny.
  • A sudden movement can occur such as sitting up suddenly and taking a last breath,
  • A sudden movement can occur such as sitting up suddenly and taking a last breath, in your dreams.
  • You die.
  • I'll have to tell you after
  • Most people who have died and then been resuscitated report seeing visions of family members, seeing a light at the end of a tunnel (not a joke, it is the narrowing of vision), and having increasingly weird visions. As the brain looses oxygen and contact with the senses, it creates its own world. The experience is not that different from an acid trip. That being said, no one really knows for sure what happens at the time of death.
  • That is the greatest mystery. Unfortunately, we cannot rely on near-death experiences as that is probably due to oxygen deprivation and visions sometimes associated with it. My belief is when you die, you know nothing. I have faith in the resurrection.
    • Texasescimo
      Exactly! (Romans 6:23) For the wages sin pays is death, but the gift God gives is everlasting life by Christ Jesus our Lord. (Ecclesiastes 9:5) For the living know that they will die, but the dead know nothing at all, nor do they have any more reward, because all memory of them is forgotten. (Ecclesiastes 9:10) Whatever your hand finds to do, do with all your might, for there is no work nor planning nor knowledge nor wisdom in the Grave, where you are going. (Psalm 146:3, 4) Do not put your trust in princes Nor in a son of man, who cannot bring salvation. 4?His spirit goes out, he returns to the ground; On that very day his thoughts perish.

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