Russian student ‘proved’ that life exists after death

Sverdlovsk local TV channel aired a story about Yuri Berland, who, allegedly, proved that there is an afterlife. The ‘proof’ is literally three lines math formula.
The student has started campaign on Russian Kickstarter to raise funds for publishing his proof. Candidate of physics-mathematical sciences Andrew Konyaev ironically commented on the formula of Ural student: “The last series of equalities should be in parentheses. Brackets are the proof that there is no God”.


On his personal VKontakte page, Yuri is claiming that doctors diagnosed him insane.


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  1. Russians own “The Afterlife”.
    So they are the ones who can alllow us to use the Hereafter we have chosen.

    Yuri Bèrland is not insane…

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