“Feeling Yourself Disintegrate,” by The Flaming Lips, and the Inevitability of Death

I used to have serious ambitions to achieve immortality, first by having my brain transplanted into a cloned body, and then eventually having the information in my brain uploaded into a computer. Basically, I had a severe case of thanatophobia. The music of The Flaming Lips, and this song in particular, helped me to eventually accept the inevitability of my own death.

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One Response to “Feeling Yourself Disintegrate,” by The Flaming Lips, and the Inevitability of Death

  1. Robert, your life values in your fruits. The creations you leave after you go, will talk about you and make immortal your way of being and thinking.

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