Maybe it's just what oxygen weighs after it is expelled from the lungs at the dying breath? Just wondering.
Beam me up,Scotty.
that is sooo cool I never heard that before
does a jar under vacuum weigh the same as a jar not under a vacuum?
21 grams is the weight of 14.7 liters of molecular oxygen. That is way too large a volume for a person to expel in one breath.
another reason for the lack of weight is that immediately upon death, the bladder emptiest of any urine in it and the bowel evacuates any feces in most cases. I have cleaned and carried bodies to the morgue when working in the hospital. Well, not carried but escorted it to the morgue on a stretcher. I am glad I am not the only one to wonder what exactly the soul is. Spirit is sent to God according to scripture. Jesus death, etc sends their spirit to God upon death...Never heard a reasonable explanation on the soul...