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  • Can a person be brought back from death?
    Can a person be brought back from death?
    Maybe or may not! It’s a hypothetical concept which can’t be answered properly. What happens someone when they die, do people really come back after death in some other forms, are souls really immortal, all these questions are unsolvable and mysterious. This is because people have different aspects and opinions regarding these sensitive topics. However, the majority of the people have a common faith that a person can’t be brought back after death as they don’t have any evidence against it. On the other hand, there are also some people who have a strong belief that death can be reversed. As a result, there is always a contradiction to this question. As per the mythology, it was believed that Guru Shukracharya in Hindu mythology used to revive dead people through Lord Shiva’s Sanjeevani Mantra in ancient times. Unfortunately, we don’t have any clue and scientific evidence for it in today’s era. And, it’s a totally mythological concept. Apart from Guru Shukracharya, there are some other saints and monks who claim to bring back the dead people alive. At the end of the day, we can conclude that science itself doesn’t have any proof of revival of death or dead bodies. If in the rarest case, someone comes back after death somehow, we may call it a miracle.

  • Who had the most gruesome death in the history of the world?
    Who had the most gruesome death in the history of the world?
    It is practically impossible to pick one gruesome death as the most gruesome in the history of the world. There are simply just too many and what is gruesome to one person may not be so gruesome to someone else. Unfortunately, there are a lot from which to choose. Any death involving skin being removed or burning is particularly gruesome in my opinion. And, as I said, there have been many of these caused by accidental radiation exposure, falling into hot springs, being burned while alive, and more. But, I think the death of Brunhilda is particularly grisly. Reportedly, her limbs were tied to four horses and her body was torn apart.

  • Which king's death was the most embarrassing?
    Which king's death was the most embarrassing?
    The most embarrassing king's death was the death of King George II. He was born Novermber 10 1683. As at October 1760, King George was blind in one of his eyes and he had problem hearing. Early in the morning, on the 25th of October 1760, King George II visited the lavatory (known as close stool). After some time, his Valet had a noise and rushed to the scene only to find the King on the floor. Post-mortem analysis showed that the right ventricle of the king's heart had ruptured as the result of an aortic aneurysm . He died at the age of 76, a couple of days to his 77th birthday. He was buried on 11 November 1760. He was succeeded by his grandson, who became George III.

  • Who invented the Coffin (and why)?
    Who invented the Coffin (and why)?
    The term "Coffin" came from the French word "Cofin". Well, the history of coffin goes back to the ancient Egyptian times. Coffins are mostly used by two prominent religions "Christianity" and "Islam".

  • Why do some people worship Death?
    Why do some people worship Death?
    I think perhaps some people worship death because it is an experience that everyone will eventually have. Many people look to God for guidance while alive but who can you look to for guidance when you’re about to die? Others seem to think it makes sense that if you’re going to pray to someone to help you commit a crime or do something evil, you wouldn’t want to pray to God, but you could pray to an evil God. I honestly don’t understand why some people would think a god of death has to be evil since we all die eventually.

  • What is the purpose of death?
    What is the purpose of death?
    What is the purpose of death? I wish I knew and I’m sure everyone else wants to know too. Unfortunately, no one really knows so of course that has led to a lot of speculation. Some people think the purpose of death is to make room for more people (and plants and animals) on the planet. I don’t agree with that theory. Others think it’s purpose is the finishing point of a life’s work and a freedom from all of life’s burdens, hardships, and illnesses that come with old age. I don’t agree with this theory either mostly because it doesn’t explain why healthy children and others die in accidents. Are accidents God’s way of calling people to heaven early? I don’t agree with this either. So, I guess I really don’t have an answer to this question.

  • Why were death in medieval times so gruesome?
    Why were death in medieval times so gruesome?
    Deaths in Medieval times were so gruesome partly because of the torture devices that were designed to inflict horrible pain and suffering on a person before they were allowed to die. Torture devices were sadistically creative. For example, thumb screws were used to slowly crush victims’ thumbs and toes. The choke pear was inserted into victims’ orifices and then slowly expanded. There was even a torture method where rats were placed on a victim’s stomach and then forced to eat their way through the person’s body to escape. Executions methods were also designed to inflict pain and suffering while at the same time prolonging the dying process. And doctors were no better. They would drill holes in a person’s head to try to cure mental illness.

  • Should you fear death?
    Should you fear death?
    Should you fear death? How can anyone answer this question since no one who has died has come back to tell the living what it is like to die and if there truly is an afterlife. If you are a religious person and you believe in heaven and hell, (or Jannah and Jahannam for Muslims) you probably don’t fear death too much because you’ve tried to live a good life to ensure you will go to heaven. If you believe in hell and you were a terrible person, obviously the fear of hell wasn’t enough to make you change your ways so you probably won’t fear death either.

  • What happens after death?
    What happens after death?
    After death, the body starts degenerating. Since the heart has stop working, there is no oxygen supply to all parts of the body. Cells start to die, body tempetature drops until it reaches room temperature. After some hours, there is a buildup of calcium in the muscle, this stiffens the muscles for some days. The stiffness of the muscles is known as Rigor mortis. The muscles relax after several days and the stored feces and urine is expelled out of the body. The blood dries up causing the dead to look pale with red blotches all over. If the body is not attended to, the body begins to smell due to the release of chemicals from the body. Enzymes within an organ begin to digest the organ. Gradually, the body decays until nothing is left.

  • Which cultures in the world personify death?
    Which cultures in the world personify death?
    One group of people, which has been growing in popularity in the Western Hemisphere over the last ten or twenty years, worships La Santa Muerte or Saint of Death. Her full name is Nuestra Señora de la Santa Muerte (Spanish for Our Lady of Holy Death). She is also known by other names such as Lady of Shadows, Lady of Night, White Lady, Black Lady, Skinny Lady, Bony Lady, and Lady of the Dead. As for other cultures in the world that worship death, I am not aware of any

  • How does poison kill us?
    How does poison kill us?
    How poison kills you depends on the kind of poison. The one thing all poisons have in common is that they will interfere with one or more biochemical pathways necessary for life. Most, but not all, poisons are neurotransmitters that interfere with the way your nerve cells function. Chemical weapons such as Sarin gas is one example. Other poisons can be swallowed or absorbed through the skin. For example, eating poisonous mushrooms or drinking water contaminated with salmonella or E. coli can kill you if not treated quickly. These substances can enter your bloodstream and cause kidney and other organ failure.

  • How long after death does the brain function?
    How long after death does the brain function?
    The brain does not continue to function after death. Death occurs when the brain dies. A person’s heart and lungs can be kept functional by machines but there is no way to keep a brain alive after it has been severely damaged by oxygen deprivation or injury from a stroke or by other means. In years past, some reflex movements have been reported in brain-dead patients but these have since been attributed to spinal cord neurons.