(ORDO NEWS) — Wernher von Braun, a NASA engineer who helped the United States win the rocket race with the USSR, told the world that the fundamental laws of the Universe speak about the existence of God and life after death.
It was previously found that the human soul weighs 20 grams. According to the laws of physics, nothing can disappear without a trace, because the total mass must be conserved. The belief that there will be a continuation after death gives people the strength to be better and more ethical, to strive to improve and act with conscience.
Skeptics are usually inclined towards scientific conclusions that cannot take into account the emotional component and explain the reincarnation of the immaterial part of a person. However, science has prepared a real surprise: nature does not know what extinction is, it only knows about transformation.
Even if the smallest particles pass from one phase to another, then it is quite possible to assume that the masterpiece of the Lord’s creation – the human soul – also changes.
All the laws of physics speak of the continuity of existence. It can be assumed that death is really not the end, but only the completion of the next stage.
Wernher von Braun is an advanced engineer. After graduating from the Berlin Institute of Technology, he was engaged in the creation of the V-2 rocket. At the end of World War II, he moved to the United States, where he received a leadership position in the development of ballistic weapons. When the space agency appeared, Werner became a research assistant.
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