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I would want what is the meaning of death. Some people have different opinions:

  • Death is an enfeeble form of life.

  • Death is a continuation of life.

  • Death is perpetual development.

  • Death is waiting.

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  • Could you please specify a bit the background of your question? Do you ask from a biological, religious, existential etc. context? – Jo Wehler Mar 5 '16 at 17:05
  • @JoWehler existential – Pichi Wuana Mar 5 '16 at 17:05
  • The meaning of death is obviously; -42 – varlogtim Nov 29 '18 at 22:38
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From an existential point of view: Death is the knowledge that our life will end.

After some time it will be for the generations then living, as if we had never existed. And after 5 billion of years, when the sun expires, all life on earth and all memory and documentation will vanish as if it did never exist.

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