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In terms, death (TR:866) (LH:21) (TL:887|#27), as compared to "life", is a defunct terminology era phrase, referring to the point in time when the mind of a powered CHNOPS+ species ceases, irreversibly, to operate or remain in a bound state; an anthropism conceptualized analysis point, e.g. as compared to synthesis point, of a chemical species.


The following are related quotes:

“The body is a fortuitous concourse of atoms. There is no death for the body, only an exchange of atoms. Their changing places and taking different forms is what we call 'death.' It's a process which restores the energy level in nature that has gone down. In reality, nothing is born and nothing is dead.”
— Uppaluri Krishnamurti (c.1970), Source[1]

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See also


  1. (a) Chandrasekhar, K. (2005). Stopped in Our Tracks: Stories of U.G. in India (pg. 93). Publisher.
    (b) U.G. Krishnamurti – AZQuotes.

External links

  • Death – Hmolpedia 2020.
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