We’ll soon be buried in our own dust, but we’re going to be in a lot of pain for the rest of our lives.
A new report from the University of Oxford has found that when we die we’ll actually become more like ghosts.
In the future, when we are buried in the ground, we won’t be able to communicate and will likely become invisible, with no way to see our surroundings.
It sounds like a scary thought, but the research, conducted by researchers at the university’s School of Physics, suggests that we will become a ghostly entity who’ll be unable to communicate with us.
“We’re going back to our past, so we’re in a situation where we’re not going to know what happened,” said Andrew Broughton, the lead researcher of the study.
“So, I think this is really an opportunity to think about how we deal with the future when we have to live with the physical effects of a natural death.”
Broughston and his colleagues looked at the effects of natural death on human beings and animals and found that, over the course of our lifetimes, humans will become more ghostlike, more vulnerable to the effects and effects of disease, more likely to experience pain and to experience a range of physical symptoms.
The study is based on the idea that the physical environment we live in will affect our personality and how we react to the things around us.
It found that even people who have never experienced a natural, natural death have developed personality traits and behaviours that are similar to ghosts.
The findings could have a huge impact on our health and wellbeing.
“The key is we don’t know if this is a natural event or not,” Brough, the principal investigator, said.
“But if we can’t know the cause of death we have a lot more of a problem than we think. “If we don