Robert Lanz, dean of Wake Forest University, published a study on death. More precisely, in the work of the professor of medicine it is said precisely that there is no death - a person simply goes into a parallel world.
Lanz made this conclusion based on the theory of biocentrism, according to which death is just an illusion of our consciousness.
Actually, life, in turn, is also just an illusion. Everything that surrounds a person creates his consciousness and this is not devoid of meaning.
Robert Lanz believes that consciousness simply associates the end of life with the cessation of the work of internal organs. In fact, consciousness does not fade away, but continues to work, but in another world.
It should be noted that in physics the theory of an infinite number of Universes has existed for a very long time. Many physicists (including Albert Einstein) considered this theory to be quite admissible - which means that Robert Lanz may be right.