When You Die, Is There Any Reason to Believe a Memory Backup of Your Brain Is Uploaded to a Cloud Server?

Question by Long Lost Cousin: When you die, is there any reason to believe a memory backup of your brain is uploaded to a cloud server?
The brain is a physical medium that stores information, memories, and accumulated self identity. How can you speculate this information would be immortalized in the spirit realm?

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Answer by No Chance Without Jesus
Do you really think that 4.5lbs of hamburger in your head is the container for who you are…..

Staggered yet again by the limited thinkers

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6 Responses to “When You Die, Is There Any Reason to Believe a Memory Backup of Your Brain Is Uploaded to a Cloud Server?”

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  1. godsuncledave says:

    Nice way to put it.

    The answer is no.

    @No Chance – I guess you have never spoken to someone with alzheimer’s.

    Staggered yet again by the limited thinkers

  2. No Chance Without BJ from Lettuce says:

    Not yet but if mankind doesn’t suffer a massive set back I could maybe see that by 2200 A.D. and probably on the moon.

  3. Scott Halverson says:

    We don’t know what the brain is or even how it works physically. How does the brain deal with love?
    There is more to it then just the brain.

  4. Cassie77 says:

    Yes, that is what happens and when that cloud disappears it is on it’s way to Heaven with your soul.
    I knew sooner or later we would get it figured out.~

  5. Max Raj says:

    After years and years of Research Scientist say that we only use less than 2% of brains memory all our life so God’s purpose is for us to live for ever and ever. I am sure whether our memory will be uploaded in a cloud server but if God count number hair in our head I am sure he can store our memory and give it to us. He is supersonic Server with unlimited TB of memory space.

  6. Bellowhead says:

    Does this mean it’s time to re-boot the server?