Dr Benjamin Scherlag | Could the Soul Be a Biophysical Reality?

Sep 27, 2023 | biology

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Do human beings have a soul that leaves after they die? While all recognised religions suggest that they do, scientists have been unable to confirm this belief. The soul remains an elusive entity, which theoretically encompasses an individual’s personality and consciousness. Through scientific experiments, Benjamin Scherlag, Ronald Scherlag, Tarun Dasari and Sunny Po at the University of Oklahoma Health Science Centre recently investigated the soul. They carried out these experiments on a dwarf form of the organism Stentor coeruleus, which has regenerative abilities. Read More

Original Article Reference

Summary of the papers: ‘The soul is a biophysical reality: Review of the Experimental Evidence’, doi.org/10.54026/ESECR/1056 and ‘The Dual Energetic State of Living Organisms: Life, death and restitution’, doi.org/10.51520/2766-838X-23 


For further information, you can connect with Dr Benjamin Scherlag at Benjamin-scherlag@ouhsc.edu  

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