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This would seem to be a measurable amount of energy that at the moment of death is no longer required by the body/brain and would have to go somewhere.
I’m not asking from a theological or spiritual perspective, but strictly as a question of physics. [is there] a measurable radiation of heat at the moment of death.
: If energy is neither created nor destroyed, what happens to the energy within our bodies and brains when we die?
I think I understand that the metabolic energy tied up in our cells will be used in the decomposition process, but what about the electrical energy in our brains/bodies?
The energy we “carry around” takes the form of chemical energy like fats and sugars.
When our nervous system creates electrical energy we lose an equal amount of chemical energy.
The heart stops doing whatever hearts do when they’re not loving, oxygen and nutrients stop going where they’re needed, and in short order the nerve cells in the body lose the wherewithal to pump ions.
Like batteries that are no longer being recharged, they run down. Like every kind of energy, whether electrical, kinetic, sonic, or sports fever, the electrical potential in the body eventually becomes heat energy (it’s an entropy thing).
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