Does quantum mechanics prove that we can never die?
I've been working on a theory like this for most of my conscious life, involving time and memory as well as continuity of consciousness. (The short version: Consciousness requires the passage of time, ie, I am only aware at moment x because I'm aware of moment x at moment x+1. How then can consciousness ever reach its end? The last moment would not be experienced because there would no conscious mind afterwards to remember it. And so the second-to-last moment wouldn't be experienced either. And so on with every previous moment, back to the beginning. If we're ever conscious, we must be conscious forever. I almost fully believe this, which is the sole consolation I have in my godless world.)
Before tonight, I'd never seen any indication that this theory made any actual sense.
So I'm gratified, at least.