Ninavism - The Philosophy of Immortality
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8. History & Evolution of Immortality
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12. Epistemology
13. Methodology
14. Compatibilities of Immortalities
15. Heaven(s) & Hell(s)
16. Implementation of Final Immortality
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Chapter 18

Paradoxes and Puzzles of Final Immortlity

Summary of Chapter

The projection of Final World as a place where only goodness exists, and where there is no badness, leads to many paradoxes and puzzles. This is caused by the irrevocable mix of goodness and badness on the earth, where creating goodness frequently produces badness, as a side effect. The partial solution is to plan Final Immortality as a place where a small amount of badness is tolerated, as long as people know how to deal with it. This is a departure from the traditional religious view, where even the smallest quantity of badness does not exist in Final World.
      The reason for presenting paradoxes is to show that construction of Final World is difficult from a human's perspective. In fact, the problems are so great that some people might be tempted to abandon the entire project. This is much more premature. The difficulties in construction and even in imagining Final Immortality is one of the reasons why the goal of achieving it is set in the distant future of 10 million years. People have enough time to sort these problems out.
      The paradoxes of Final life are not restricted to the world created by humans using natural technological means. The same paradoxes apply to Final World created by Aliens and traditional Supernatural Forces. The paradoxes are so vast that probably it is impossible to resolve it fully by Humans of Future, Aliens, and even God(s). A compromise is needed, where some expectations of Final World are satisfied, while others are not. Sorting out which expectations are fulfilled and which are not is the task for future generations.
      Traditional religious texts, when referring to Final World, use terms such as 'Eternal Heaven', 'Final Afterlife', or 'Afterworld'. This book, when referring to Final World created by humans, sometimes uses the term 'Final Immortality'. The distinction is not critical, and the terms are frequently used interchangeably. The Philosophy of Immortality uses the term 'Ninavia' to describe Final World, when the way in which it is created is not specified. Ninavia is a generic type of Final World, created either by Humans of Future, or Aliens, or traditional Supernatural Forces, or by Nature.

General Puzzles


Work on the earth is goodness and badness. It is goodness for several reasons. It produces much needed goods, such as food and shelter; this type of work is a necessity. Secondly, work is beneficial because it provides multiple goods that are not necessary, but are useful, such as TV, computers, etc. Work frequently provides satisfaction and entertainment, preventing boredom. Finally, a worker earns money. Apart from goodness, work on the earth is also badness. It is stressful, enslaves people, takes their spare time, destroys their health, and sometimes even kills. Many people hate work. They imagine Ninavia as a permanent holiday or retirement place, where nobody needs to work and everyone can be on a pension forever. Other people who like their jobs, imagine that they can work in Final life forever. These contradictory expectations are a puzzle.
      Some examples are: policemen cannot continue working in Ninavia because there are no criminals; there is no need for police in Heaven. Warriors, generals, and soldiers cannot work in Final Immortality, because there are no wars; there is no need for defence forces or armies. Doctors and nurses will have no work in Final World because nobody is sick; there are no hospitals and cemeteries.


Some people are more talented than others. On the earth, talent is frequently considered as goodness, and lack of it, as badness. If Final Immortality did not have any badness at all, then all people there would have to be equally talented. This could sadden people who are extremely talented on the earth. Some of them want to keep the goodness of talent in Ninavia. This means that they expect to be more talented than others. However, those less talented, who consider this to be a badness on the earth, do not want to be less talented in Final Immortality. This creates a puzzle. Consider these examples. Sportsmen enjoy winning; it is their goal on the earth. Usually they win because they have greater sport talents than others. In the perfect Final World, everyone will have the same talents. The weak people from the earth will be as fit as the strongest. Therefore, winners from the earth will not succeed in Final Immortality. They could be disappointed.
      Artists on the earth are usually more talented than non-artists. Many non-artistic people on the earth hate being untalented. They would like to be musicians, painters, actors, but cannot achieve this due to a lack of talents. They consider the lack of artistic talents as a great badness. In a perfect Ninavia, no one will have more talents than others. Does this mean that there will be no artists there? Some people on the earth have learning problems. They frequently hate school because it is difficult for them to learn. They would like to be high achievers, such as scientists, but cannot do that due to a lack of talent. In the perfect Final Immortality, everyone will have the same talents. Does that mean that there will be no scientists there?
      The Philosophy of Immortality proposes some solutions to talent-related puzzles. Sport competition is considered as goodness on the earth. Therefore, it will exist in Final World. However, due to equal talents, it will be a competition among equals. The winning will not be due to greater talents, but accidental, like the throw of a dice. Artistic works and performance bring lots of pleasures on the earth. It is difficult to imagine a lack of artists in Final Immortality. Since everyone has artistic talent there, everyone could be an artist. Artistry will not be restricted to just a few individuals, as it is on the earth. People will take turns to perform art.

Knowledge, Learning, Schools, and Science

Knowledge helps to solve problems on the earth. Since the perfect Final Immortality has no problems, then, in theory, there is no need for knowledge. Does this mean that knowledge does not exist in Ninavia? The Philosophy of Immortality's answer is that knowledge exists in Ninavia, but not out of necessity, like on the earth. It exists in the Final life as an entertainment, such as a sport competition, or an art. Since knowledge is not necessary in Final World, one might wonder whether schools and teachers will be there at all. The Philosophy of Immortality's answer is that yes, they will be there, but this won't be compulsory. People who did not like school on the earth will love that. Teachers in Ninavia will only teach those who like it. Imagine Resurrected humans of the Stone Age; they knew nothing about computers and might be interested in learning. People who were illiterate on the earth might be interested in learning reading and writing. People might like to have new jobs and learn new skills. Schools and teachers will be important, but an optional part of Final Immortality.
      Will knowledge in Final life be complete? The answer is yes and this has far-reaching consequences. Once knowledge is complete, there is no need for research, science, or universities. There is nothing more to learn for humanity, as a whole. Only some individuals will need training in schools by teachers. This is hard to imagine. Scientists could be upset that they are not needed and valued anymore.

Inequalities, Wealth, and Hierarchy

Talents and lack of it are examples of inequality on the earth. There are many more instances of inequalities; the most common are wealth and poverty. These are caused either by special talents or by accident. Many people are accidentally born into rich families, or in developed countries, or in ruling classes. Poverty is badness. There is (almost) no badness in Final World. Therefore, there is no poverty as well. If no poverty exists, then no wealth either, as those two concepts are relative: wealth is a lack of poverty, and poverty is a lack of wealth. Poor people from the earth will be happy in Final Immortality, but some wealthy people could be unhappy. This is a puzzle of richness. Some rich people on the earth expect that in Final life they will be rich as well; that they will be richer than others. The solution to the puzzle of wealth is for them to adjust mentality, to be happy when everyone is wealthy, but not necessarily richer than others. Experience on earth shows that wealthy people are not really happy if they cannot adjust their mentality.
      Other common examples of inequalities are leaders, kings, heads of state, generals, or bosses at work. This is known as a hierarchy. It requires servants, subordinates, and other low ranking people. Hierarchy on the earth is good and bad at the same time. It is good because it coordinates people and forces them to make a bigger effort, thus increasing the effectiveness of society. For example, operation of an army or a business without a hierarchical structure is almost impossible. Hierarchy is the source of some suffering, because it compels people to do something to which they have little natural inclination. There is (almost) no need for a hierarchy in Ninavia, because nobody will be forced to do anything against their own will. The Abrahamic Final World has some hierarchy with Supernatural Forces at the top, which is more like beautification, rather than for discipline. The lack of hierarchies in Final Immortality has far-reaching consequences. Former kings, heads of state, generals and bosses will have no subordinates or servants as they had on the earth. One might wonder whether they will be happy with that. Experience on the earth shows that they can adjust mentally.


Competition starts early in life from fights for a good spouse and the production of genetically superior children. This part of competition is inherited by humans from animals, where sexual rivalry for partners is prevalent. Competition is also part of a survival strategy inherited from animals that fight for limited resources, such as food. The end of competition on the earth could mean total boredom; people cannot live without competition. If the resources are plentiful, they artificially invent some competition to entertain themselves. TV shows are full of rivalries where people compete for all sorts of useless things; competition excites people mentally. It seems that people of the present are psychologically unable and unprepared to live without competition.
      Will competition exist in Final World? There will be no competition for survival, such as food and housing, because those are plentiful in Final life. There will be no sexual competition for partners as is on the earth; this is part of an animal's life that has no place in Ninavia. However, there is nothing wrong with the optional and voluntary sport and art competition as entertainment.

Sense of Life

It seems that people living in Final World will have no specific long-term goals or purposes. There will be nothing more to achieve there because everything was already done. Then, what is the sense of life in Final Immortality? Since everything of importance has already been fulfilled, there will be no sense of life there in an earthly meaning. Life in Ninavia is more like retirement. People who are retired have already achieved all the goals of their life, and now they rest.


Humans on the earth have already tried to solve some general puzzles of Final World. For example, they tried to create societies without a hierarchy, like anarchism; or countries without wealth, like communism; or societies without police, like hippy communes; or countries without competition, like agrarian states. All these societies and countries are called utopias. All attempts to build a utopia on the earth have failed, usually due to a lack of efficiency and, sometimes due to the corrupted nature of humans.
      Is Ninavia another kind of utopia? All Final Worlds promised by traditional religions are some sorts of utopias. They promise things that are hard or impossible to achieve on the earth. In that sense, Final Immortalities are utopias. The fact that all attempts to build a utopia have failed, does not mean that it is impossible in the future. The goal for the construction of Ninavia is 10 million years. This is possibly a sufficient period to develop the suitable technology, and to adjust human's mentality so they deserve Final life.

Paradoxes of Ageing and Health


Some traditional religions assert that humans will be Resurrected in Final World at the standard age of between 20 to 35 years. After this, they will not get older with the passage of time. The exception are Resurrected children, who will grow up to the standard age. Does it mean that different natural laws will apply to adults and children? Not necessarily. There are already attempts on earth now to slow down or eliminate the ageing of adult humans. They are not successful yet, but they might be perfected in the future.
      The lack of ageing in Ninavia can be understood in two different ways. The first is non-literal and practical. It means that the very slow ageing of living and non-living objects will actually occur in Final life. However, that slower ageing will not be accompanied by the usual problems connected with ageing on the earth. For example, all objects ageing in Final Immortality are easily repairable and returned to original pristine condition. This includes the restoration of slowly ageing human bodies, not just once at the beginning of Ninavia, but rather periodically, like every 500 years.
      The second way to understand the lack of ageing in Final life is literal. It means no ageing at all of all live and non-live objects. The substance that is the building block of objects in Final Immortality will need to have fundamentally different properties than biological substance on the earth. This is a spiritual substance, or material substances in a different dimension or universe, or dark matter. A limited version of such a substance already exists on the earth. It is the computer program that does not get sick and never dies. It can be switched off, but after turning computer on, it is alive again and running. The computers on which programs run are material and ageing. However, programs themselves are logical and eternal.


All traditional religions stress that no sicknesses are present in Final World. The lack of sicknesses can be understood in two different ways. The first is non-literal. Under this interpretation, some non-serious sicknesses are actually present in Final life, but no pain accompany them and they all can be cured completely. The second way of understanding the lack of sickness in Ninavia is literal. It is the complete and total lack of illness. Some aspects of it are easy to imagine. For example, a complete lack of parasites, harmful viruses and bacteria-causing sickness. More difficult to understand is the lack of genetic diseases, such as cancers, mental illnesses, heart failures, digestive system problems, etc. Most genetic diseases are currently not curable on the earth. The ideal solution to the problem of sickness is to construct a human's body in such a way that illness is impossible. For example, it could be a spiritual substance of computer programs. Human bodies and organs that are part of a computer program are never sick. They do not have mutating cells or any genetic problems.

Cancers and Biological Evolution

Cancers are due to spontaneous changes in the genetic code (DNA) inside cells of humans and animal. Some cells mutate and multiply rapidly, causing tumours that lead to deformation of internal organs and death. The complete solution would be to eliminate the mutations of cells which cause tumours. This might be impossible on earth for fundamental reasons. Perhaps cancer is not an unnecessary sickness, but rather cell mutation is a necessary mechanism for biological evolution of human and animal species. The mechanism of evolution is not well understood. The prevailing view is that evolution is caused by adaptations to a new environment. However, this seems to be only a partial explanation. The periodic mass extinctions that occur each 100 million years or so, indicate a non-continuous development, which jumps in steps rather than making a smooth progress. It is possible that cells mutate because they try to transform animals or humans into new species. Cancerous tumours might try to grow into new well-functioning organs. One in a billion mutations could create a new species; all others result in death from useless tumours. Call this hypothesis 'Evolutionary Cell Mutation'.
      Panspermia is a hypothesis that asteroids and meteorites hitting the earth sometimes bring new genetic material, such as bacteria. Panspermia might work in conjunction with Evolutionary Cell Mutation. Every 100 million years or so, when new genetic material arrives on the earth from cosmos, it might interact with existing organisms on the earth causing their extra mutations and creation of a new species. This would explain periodic mass extinctions. Some scientists claim that asteroid that hit the earth 70 million years ago caused dust storm that killed dinosaurs; this seems unlikely. Some dinosaurs were small. If other small creatures survived, why not dinosaurs? Perhaps the same asteroid brought new genetic material that interacted with the DNA of dinosaurs, causing their mutations and death. The same genetic material could also have contributed to creation of a new species, including mammals that later evolved into humans.
      If the hypothesis of Evolutionary Cell Mutation is true, then the elimination of cell mutation that will stop cancers, will also stop biological evolution of living organisms on the earth. If humans succeed in creating Immortality on the earth, then evolution of animals will be not needed, because this could lead to dangerous competitors. If attempts to create Immortality fail for the current human species, and any others evolving from them, then animal evolution will be good. Biological evolution on the present and past earth is necessary due to the earth's imperfections; evolution helps to remove them. Final life does not have imperfections, or very few and very small only. Therefore, there is no need for biological evolution in Final Immortality.


Accidents on the earth are badness. Final World does not have badness in principle - therefore, it should not have accidents. The lack of accidents is harder to imagine than the lack of sickness. The lack of accidents in Final Immortality can be interpreted in two ways. The first one is non-literal: some small accidents actually occur, but they are managed in such a way that badness is eliminated. For example, accidental severing of the head by a falling tree might be imagined as occurring even in Final World, but the management of it is different. What is bad on the earth are not accidents by themselves, but rather the pains caused from them and the lack of remedies. For example, in the present age, it is impossible to sew a head back to the body. In Final Immortality, both of these problems will be eliminated.
      In 10 million years, head transplants could be easily available, not only in Final Immortality, but even in the New World. The second way of understanding the lack of accidents in Final Immortality is literal: they never happen. Final life might be constructed in such a way that accidents are impossible. For example, the accidental cutting off the finger or destruction of other body parts never happens. If Ninavia is built from a spiritual substance such as a computer program, then preventions and cures from accidents are easy to imagine. It is like virtual reconstruction of damaged body parts in computers of the present day.

Paradoxes of Reproduction, Sex, and Children


Since people on the earth are mortal, reproduction is necessary to replace those who die. Since people in Final World are Immortal, there is no need for reproduction. The lack of reproduction in Ninavia is the fundamental consequence of Immortality there, the same as reproduction on the earth is the fundamental consequence of mortality on the earth.

Sexual Acts

Sexual acts on the earth provide satisfaction and pleasure; this is goodness. Final World has all or most of goodness from the earth. Therefore, sexual acts should exist, but in a slightly different form. Sexual acts in Ninavia will not cause impregnation; they will just provide satisfaction and pleasure. This is the same as on the earth where sexual acts bring satisfaction, even if they do not lead to pregnancy.


On the earth, children are goodness. Final World has most types of goodness; therefore, children should exist there. However, children will not be born there for a few reasons. Firstly, there is no reproduction in Ninavia. Secondly, giving birth causes pain; it is badness. In Immortality, there is no badness; therefore, there are no births. So how will children turn up in Final life? Some of them will be Resurrected at the beginning of Final Immortality. Other children will be Reincarnated inside Ninavia; this is a painless recreation without birth. Children will also be simulated in virtual Final World. Children grow up on the earth. Their process of growing is considered to be goodness on the earth. Therefore, children should also grow up in Final World - they will not be children permanently. After reaching a certain adult age, they will stop growing.

Paradoxes of Food, Energy, and Eating

Many conclusions reached in this chapter sound fantastic, as too good or too bad to be true. This impression is caused by humans accustomed to the earth. Final World is not the earth; issues that are paradoxical on the earth are not paradoxical in Ninavia. History of science shows examples of views that were once considered to be fantasy, but after a period of time, they have been accepted.


On the earth, food is goodness and badness at the same time. It is good for a few reasons: food is required to sustain life; all living organisms eat on the earth. Secondly, food is tasty. Eating creates pleasure such as the filling of stomach. Food on the earth is bad for several reasons, like dependency on its availability; food is a scarce resource. Humans and animals rely on food to survive; those who do not eat, die. All living creatures on this planet are slaves to food. In Final World, food must never run out or be scarce; there is no famine or hunger. There are two ways of harmonizing Immortality and the need for food. Traditional view is that food will be abundant, never running out.
      The second way of harmonizing Immortality and the need for food is the assumption that there is no necessity to consume food in Final World; people not eating will not die or be hungry. This sounds paradoxical - it is explained in the section about energy. Food on the earth is a goodness because it provides pleasure. Therefore, similar goodness shall exist in Final life. Food in Ninavia should be for pleasure and entertainment; it is not for survival. Those who do not like food will not consume it, without dying; food is optional. The best food in Final Immortality will possibly be spiritual. It will have a different structure than the one on the earth. It might be thought of as a synthetic. It will be free, in unlimited quantities, and produced by automated processes without human involvement or work. It will externally look and smell the same as on the earth, but built differently. It is not constructed from cells of other living organisms as it is on the earth.


For humans and animals on the earth, food is the only source of energy. Creatures living on the earth are at the mercy of energy. Dependence on energy leads to badness. People on the earth are slaves to energy. It is a scarce resource and people are competing for it. Wars are launched to get better access to energy. It will be good if dependence on energy is reduced or completely eliminated in Final Immortality. One possible solution is that energy is plentiful, and never runs out in Ninavia. The other solution is the reduction of the amount of energy used. For models of Final Worlds that support the optional consumption of food, the question arises how people, who do not consume food, obtain energy? There are several answers to this. The simplest one is that people in spiritual Ninavia move and act without using energy. It can be explained by a realization that spiritual substance does not have any weight. No work is required to move weightless, spiritual objects.
      The second answer is that, in any model of Ninavia, spiritual or not, each organism has inside itself an infinite amount of energy that never runs out, and does not need replenishment. The substance inside the body constitutes an infinite source of energy. The third answer is that people in Final Immortality, in spiritual model or not, obtain energy in other ways besides eating food. For example, by direct absorption, like the sun heating the water on the earth and passing energy to it directly, or from electricity supplied to computers where people live.


People on the earth like to eat; it provides satisfaction and pleasure. Therefore, eating is goodness. In Final World, there is all or most goodness available on the earth. Therefore, in Ninavia, there should be some sort of eating, even if, in some models, this is optional. In any case, eating in Final Immortality will be different than on the earth. All traditional Abrahamic religions provide descriptions of eating in Final life. This does not need to be treated literarily. In Final World, people might perform acts similar to eating, that create sensations of taste. However, food in Ninavia might be not a necessity of life, as it is in the physical world.
      Food on the earth creates pollutions; faeces are expelled in toilet. Excrement is a type of uncleanness. Afterworld is clean; so there should be no excrement. People should not need to go to toilets there. If there is no excrement, then what will happen with food after consumption? Spiritual models of Final World provide some answers. The spiritual food that has the same appearance, taste, and smell as material food, is supposed to have different properties than the physical. Spiritual food should disappear from a human body without a trace, like the evaporation of water on the earth. There should be no need to expel spiritual food in a toilet. As for material food, the answer is harder. Perhaps it will be digested entirely, without any leftovers.
      In spiritual models of Final Immortality, where food is synthetic and optional, people will not need to work to produce it; no food producers. This creates a paradox of disappointing some farmers and hunters from the earth who would like to kill and butcher animals in Ninavia. They will need to adjust mentality to new circumstances. In spiritual models of Final World, there is no need to cook. Food will be ready to eat as it comes - no kitchens and no cooks. Final Immortality will have restaurants where food is served, but not cooked. People who like cooking food on the earth might be disappointed. Cooking food on the earth provides entertainment to many people who otherwise are bored, like those in retirement. Spiritual Ninavia has other types of entertainment to compensate for the lack of cooking.

Paradoxes of Human Bodies

Final life that is partially material and partially spiritual is just an improved version of this world. Human bodies are easy to imagine in such a world. They look basically the same as on the earth, have the same functions, but will not age, get sick, and will not fail. The ease of imagining such a perfect human body does not remove the paradoxes, because people, as they are known now, are ageing, get sick and fail. Perfect human bodies in material Final Immortality are built completely different than they are now. This create paradoxes. For example, human cells that are the building blocks of all present bodies, normally die. Ageing is in their structure, in DNA. It is difficult to imagine human cells that do not age.
      In purely spiritual Final life, it is easy to imagine perfect human bodies, because they do not have cells. In spiritual Ninavia, human bodies are visualized as built from a uniform spiritual substance without cells. Spiritual substance never ages, or get sick. People imagine this as something similar to a thinking substance, such as ideas in the brain. It could be something like a computer program. However, these are just approximations. The nature of the spiritual substance is not known. The Philosophy of Immortality supports all technologies that enable construction of Ninavia in 10 million years' time. If Final World could be constructed as a spiritual one, that is fine. However, if this is too difficult, then the less ambitious, a partially material Final Immortality could be constructed as a replacement, which is also fine.

Breathing and Lungs

Breathing of living creatures on the earth is connected with eating. Breathing supplies oxygen that is needed for burning food; food and oxygen produce energy. Breathing is needed to sustain life of humans and most organisms on the earth. People who stop breathing, die. Breathing is normally not the source of pleasant sensual impressions. Moreover, breathing is frequently considered to be a source of suffering, like in Buddhism. Some people treat breathing as a nonsense, tiring and absurd act that permanently accompanies man.
      Breathing is considered to be badness for two reasons. It creates a dependency on the breathing process and on the availability of oxygen. People are slaves to breathing organs and oxygen. Secondly, breathing is the major source of mental and physical suffering. There is nothing good about breathing, except its necessity. For those reasons, breathing is not considered to be desirable. If it could be avoided in Final World, this would be good. Do people breathe in Final Immortality? It depends on the model of Ninavia. In partially material model, people need to breathe out of necessity, because oxygen is needed to produce energy. In the spiritual model, either there is no need for energy, or it can be obtained directly, without food and oxygen. Therefore, there is no need to breathe in spiritual Final life.
      In partially material Ninavia, where people breathe, there must be an unrestricted supply of oxygen. The lungs and the body will need to be built in such a way that accidental death, due to the lack of oxygen, is impossible. For example, people will be prevented from drowning. This is difficult to imagine and a bit paradoxical. It is easier to think that in material Final Immortality, after drowning, people could always be resuscitated. In spiritual Final World, where people do not breathe, oxygen might even not exist. Without breathing, there is no need for lungs. Therefore, people will not have lungs. It is easy to imagine by comparing the spiritual world to that of computer games, where humans do not have lungs. The lack of breathing in spiritual Ninavia will be good. In opposition to that, many people will object to the lack of eating. This is due to the fact that eating is frequently pleasant, while breathing is usually not.

Cells, Blood, and Heart

One of the main functions of cells in human body is burning food and oxygen into inner energy. In material Final World, the production of energy by cells is required. In spiritual Ninavia, either there is no need for energy, or it might be obtained by the body directly, without burning food in cells; therefore, cells are not needed. Cells in a human's body on the earth, age. If there are no cells, bodies do not age, and do not die. Cells are subject to sicknesses, such as cancer, which is one of the worst illnesses on the earth. The lack of cells in human body is a highly desired result. The purpose of blood in human body on the earth is to provide food and oxygen to cells. In material Final Immortality, food and oxygen is needed to produce energy by cells. In spiritual Final World, human bodies do not have cells; therefore, blood is not needed to carry food and oxygen. In spiritual Final life, humans do not have blood.
      The lack of blood leads to the absence of vessels. In spiritual Final World, people do not need hearts. The lack of a heart in spiritual Ninavia is desired. People do not have heart attacks there. The absence of heart is one of the most paradoxical and astonishing results. People on the earth are so accustomed to having hearts that they cannot imagine living without them. The human attachment to the heart is partially explained by a belief that heart is responsible for feelings, which is incorrect.

Digestive Organs

In material Final Immortality, eating is needed to produce energy. Therefore, in partially material Final life, digestive organs are required. This creates all the usual problems of malfunctioning guts. In spiritual Final World, eating food is an option; it is not required to get energy, which is either not necessary, or is obtained in other ways. Eating is provided as a form of entertainment and to obtain sensual pleasures. Will bodies have digestive organs in spiritual Final World? Since eating is provided as an option, there must be some way of processing food. However, it is different to material Final Immortality. In spiritual Final life, the food is also spiritual. It looks, smells, and tastes like material food, but it does not contain cells of other living organisms; there is no need to digest it. There should be some way of disposing it without creating excrement, like on the earth. This can be imagined as an automatic evaporation of spiritual food directly through the skin; no need to go to toilet. The lack of digestive organs in spiritual Ninavia is a desired result. On the earth, the digestive system frequently ceases to work, leading to death; it is also dirty. All these problems will disappear in spiritual Final World.

Sexual Organs

There is no reproduction in Final World. Therefore, sexual organs are not needed. However, they should be provided as a source of pleasure, rather than reproduction. Sexual organs in spiritual Ninavia will look like on the earth, but they are built differently. They are not used to eject urine, because there is no excrement there. The sexual organs are cleaner than on the earth, which is a desired result. In Final Immortality, women do not have menstruation like on the earth. This is good because menstruation is bothersome. On the earth, the erection of the male penis is caused by blood flow. Since there is no blood in spiritual Final life, there must be other ways of having an erection. This is good, because the erection on the earth sometimes does not work; erection in Ninavia is always perfect. On the earth, many women never reach orgasm. In spiritual Final World, each woman reach orgasm. There is no need for sperm in any Final life. This is good because sperm is unclean.

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