I'll just point this out: We didn't exist before we were born. We don't exist after we are dead. It is the same nothing before we were born as after we are dead. Time doesn't matter at nothing, it is "outside" (before and after) of time. The universe doesn't matter at nothing, it is "outside" (before and after) of the universe. Science tells us that the universe came from the state of nothing, so "before" the universe there was nothing. So when we die and become nothing we are "before" the universe and "before" we were born as we are in the exact state as "before" we were born (I use "before" only as a clarification that might not have any real value). So the natural conclusion (result) would then be that we are born "again" (it isn't really again - it is the same birth), we exist simply where we can exist, and our current life is exactly where we can exist so that is what will happen. We will simply be (re)born "again" as ourselves and time will yet "again" have a grip on us until death. There is more to this but I'll start with this and see what comes up.