In the real world, the 10 greatest ways to die is through lack of exercise and food nutrition. The 5 greatest threats to mankind, would be natural environmental related. Since fear runs the world more than reality, like the media covering beheading rather the ½ million children that have been killed over in Iraq. How can suffering through my list of worst ways to die, hurt. ..What’s yours?
: Note: Can be avoided easily, the other real ways, very difficult.
Burning alive would be a pain of sheer agony.
Buried alive, drowning or trap in a cave with nobody to help. It is one of the most panicked deaths a body can experience. The psychological ramifications of being suffocated to death are actually far worse than the physical, but the mental effect is so severe
In a form of punishment in days of ancient times or eaten alive by wild animals.
Death and taxes, a slow death. Poverty is the mother of all crime. They are not friends of the environment and mercenaries for the rich. You think voting will change things, any more than fairy tales.
The number one way to die!!!
1. Not being save by the Right Religion or God.
Great dilemma for 85% of the population of the earth for eternity!. The rewards for choosing the right one ranges from 51 virgins in Heaven (same as hell) to owning and running your own planet with a harem of Babes by your side. Most everyone will choose the wrong God and go to hell from having a monkey shoved up your butt to being tortured forever, for not learning your lessons. Imagine being Deleted by God for having no redeeming value. If I ever clearly understand Religion, I’ll be ready for the funny farm or die a thousand deaths.
Not being noticed. I was at Blackpool in the UK; in the summer it's very popular with day trippers who go there for the fair rides and the side shows etc. Walking along the sea front, I noticed a homeless person sat outside a hotel. People were having to step over him to walk on the pavement. 3 hours later, when I was returning to the car, I saw that the man hadn't moved one inch so went to check on him. He was dead, sat up in the street and thousands of people had just stepped over him and gone on their way. It haunted me for years.
Do most people major in fears of the least possible ways of death? Like hell forever, or what ever bleeds to lead in the news?
Well I'll bring it down a few levels with a bit of levity. Hell for me would be an eternity in a shopping mall. I hate shopping, if I believed in the Devil, I would say he'd invented shops. But this all moot because I believe in reincarnation. Sorry:) Maybe next time I'll be a shop assistant. Nooooooooo!
Had a girlfriend told me, in our pass lives, she was to beheaded and I was her chopping executioner. I spared her life and changed professions right there on the spot.Funny, in this life, can't imagine running out of ideas to kill anyone.
Imagine boiling oil poured over the castle walls during wartime, has got to hurt real bad. No wonder the average age person, did not live pass age 40 up to 1850's around the world.
Reincarnation or evolving from something, can happen. Hell from an all loving God, makes no sense.
I died on stage once early in my career and it was worse than the bites of a thousand scorpions
the number one fear in America is public speaking. Can imagine dying on stage, did open mike comedy on stage, twice. No stranger to this kind of pain of silence.
death could be overrated as science has shown that time is extraordinarily rubbery. This means that past present and future are all simultaneously here and that time is just a glorified illusion. Added to this is the real possibility that other dimensions exist which coincidences with ancient ideas of "other realms" where the real part of "us" migrates to. Furthermore the real possibility of "God" means that physical death is also a rubbery illusion of time. For example, a perfect God like a perfect computer would never "forget" anything and we would all be eternally alive in a divine computer cloud (hopefully with halos and wings!).
While atheists say this is all just fancy, actual physics theories do indeed claim that all levels of time are simultaneously present: making "future" death an elaborate illusion of time.
Like the computer/God cloud concept. Most people are controlled by this God concept for the illustion fearing death and going to hell. The way it's written, all of us are going to hell, unless God gets very picky about his lottery for the few going...going ..gone to heaven.
In the Muslim religious culture going to hell can mean having a monkey shoved up your butt.
Burning in hell forever is far more suffering. Maybe that is why Muslim religion is growing faster because of the lesser of the two external pain.
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