I've realized the question "what happens after we die" doesn't make sense. For example purposes, let's define the death of a human when the heart stops beating. (For long period of time of course). Death would then be, simply the absence of a beating heart. Death is the absence of life. For another example purpose, let's use a remote control on a tv. When it no longer has batteries, it can no longer function. The remote control "dies" when the batteries are no longer working. Death is the absence of working batteries. What happens after a human or a remote control dies? The question doesn't really make sense, because death is simply the absence of life.