This is observable.Each of us has his or her own individual and unique mind and personality.
How do you know we have souls that exist past the death of our bodies, and how do you know what the consistency of the soul actually is?Each of us has a soul, which is different from one another.
As I just noted, scientifically the soul is not observable. So how can you possibly use science to state things emphatically about the soul? Scientifically, the only statement here you have made that is observable is that we all have distinct personalities.If you factor science in this, energy can neither be created nor destroyed.
We have no idea if the soul or spirit exists, let alone that it is powered by energy that is scientifically describable.So what happens to the energy that makes up you, your soul, your spirit?
I say all that I have said here only to create a more nuanced framework -- there is no discernible reality here, there is just opinion.Can it all just vanish? I know this isn't a new topic, but sometimes I think about it a lot and I'm very curious as to everyone's opinions.
My opinion also is that if there is a soul, I cannot say anything about it that has meaning or certainty. But what would I like? I would like (I think, sometimes I'm not sure) to continue after death and continue to learn and explore and grow and commune with other spirits I care about, all with the same bent as me. So that life continues, and growth continues, and connection continues, and understanding grows.
But there's no way to know what really happens.