Science has a theory about multi universes, parallel dimensions and such things as that where the laws of physics are not the same or even completely opposite of our own. In some of these parallel dimensions there is no time or maybe even infinite time happening at once. Scientists believe that our universe is like a thin sheet of paper and another universe could be sitting right next to us. But how is it that a scientist can find it reasonable to believe in these things but they can not believe its possible that there is a God who created us? The more science they discover, the more they only go to show that the possiblity of God might be true. The law of conservation says that energy is neither created nor destroyed. So when we die where does this energy of the mind go? The mind is constantly working (using energy) so its reasonable to assume that the mind(or if you like "the soul") must go somewhere. Somewhere we cant see. Could it be possible that the universe is like a sheet of paper and we have 1 sheet on top of us and 1 sheet on the bottom? Could these sheets be called heaven & hell? Will science ever advance to the point where they can prove mathmatically that these parallel dimensions are a 100% certainty? If so, they will have to acknowledge the possiblity of 2 parallel dimensions called heaven and hell that one can only be transported to when not confined within the body which can only exist in this dimension. ok atheists...let the flames begin and be sure to ignore the scientific theory(after all...it is only as credible as the theory of evolution, right?) Hmmm tough one now...can you believe in one and ignore the other?