Sunday, December 23, 2012


Death is defined as irreversible cessation of life.
It is classified as somatic and molecular.
When the brain, lung and heart stop completely, it is called somatic death.
Molecular death occurs about 3–4 hours after somatic death when the individual cells and tissues start dying and the decomposition signs start showing.
The cause of death is defined as disease or injury which results in death.

The manner of death explains how the cause of death came into being.
The manner of death may be natural or unnatural.
When a person dies because of some disease, the manner of death is natural.
If he dies because of some injury, the manner of death is unnatural, which may be homicidal, suicidal, or accidental.

The mode of death is the physiological process which causes death like asphyxia, coma, and syncope.

That's all!


Author's diary:

This blog makes me want to write my thoughts about death..
Personally, I believe we all go to a better place after death :)

There is this piece of music on death that I particularly like
The Nature Of All Tragedies by Double Z & Lights Off
It has a chilled beat to it and the vocal samples are so strong and.. Cold.
You should check it out :)

"You'll die, some day, some time. You will die. You'll absolutely die.
Even if you avoid this death, another will find you.
And I guarantee, that it won't be nearly as poetic or meaningful as what she's written.
I'm sorry but it's... It's the nature of all tragedies, Harold.
The hero dies and the story goes on forever."

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