When did Raimund Harmstorf die?
Raimund Harmstorf died on May 3, 1998, in Marktoberdorf, Germany of suicide by hanging.
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The human body degrades over time, and eventually loses the ability to heal. If you honestly think about it we can't live forever, No matter what you believe is the reason f life. For life to exist there must be a continual process of change; without sickness, poverty, violence and death there wo…uld be no change. ( Full Answer )
You can be brain dead or heart dead, or both. Brain dead means that the body is still functioning, that the heart is pumping and the blood is circulating, but there is no electric activity left in the brain. In this case, you usually also say that "the person has left the body", you no longer have… a personality, thoughts or emotions. If you are heart dead, it means that the heart is no longer pumping blood, and the lungs cannot suply your body with oxygene. This will lead to brain death as well. Well, the answer to this can vary to many different subjects, all too big to explain.. The main way for someone to die is for their heart to stop functioning and their body to slowly change into a state of death. One can be brought up after experiencing this, but only for a short amount of time will this opportunity stand. After that the body becomes useless, and in religious cases, "empty." The "soul" of a person is meant to either go into a state of purgatory or Heaven itself.. Some may die of diseases.. The main requirement for life is Oxygen, without oxygen, cells and tissues, and eventually organs will die and stop functioning. Therefore anything which stops the oxygen supply around the body will cause death. There are many causes of this including a clot (thrombus or embolus) in major arteries, brain damage which affects heart function and respiration, and disease, amongst many others. ( Full Answer )
No one knows when we will die. Whenever the time comes you dont know when it is but it is coming.
We may never know when life on Earth will cease. Many peoplethought that the world was going to end in 2012, and scientistbelieved that the meteor that passed by in Utah on November 2009,was part of the Leonid Meteor Shower and expected that by 2014there might have been a meteor shower with meteor's… big as footballfields going to hit earth. However, this did not come to pass. Christian Answer: Really, God, is the only one who knows, not even anyone in Heavenknows when Earth will meet their doomsday, but ONLY GOD! We willnever know when we'll die God knows and to tell you the truth I'mkinda scared but as long as you're a follower of Christ you will goto heaven and stay in heaven will die when Jesus comes to earth andtakes all of us to heaven. Actually, we go to Heaven if we believein Christ and have in in our life. ( Full Answer )
At some point you will die because nobody lives forever. It's the circle of life. Also there is a little man inside of you which is axeing away at your organs, depending on how strong your muscles and organs are they will determine how long you will live. .
So you can be judged why do we have to be judged? We die because its part of life and nothing you say or do will stop it from happening. So just enjoy your life while you still have one we have to die so we can give others a chance at life We live in an imperfect world. Therefore we die… so hopefully we can enter a perfect one. The judgment day is when Jesus comes to Earth :) ( Full Answer )
Exercise, eat healthy, get enough sleep, avoid hazardous situations and be careful. Through you still can die of old age.
As yet, science has not invented a way NOT to die -- death is a natural part of the life cycle and everything, even stars and galaxies and the universe, dies at some point.
You will die, become dirt, and into new things like flowers. Your energy you left on the earth will never die, just change shape and form. Like spirits. And so on. + There is aqtually a bonus in life. Having a baby. Your genes will allways live, and that that could last forever. That's means its eve…n greater biing a grandpa. You can live forever. ( Full Answer )
Dying is a physical phenomena that happens gradually as your body ages. The cells in your body seem to stop reproducing new cells and as the older ones die off so goes your vessel. So to answer your question in the physical sense your body will die unless you can figure out how to continue to build …new cells that will keep your organs young. other than that don't fret because your body is just a vessel of your life force ie. Soul and should continue being. since it is eternal. Just like sex ( Full Answer )
I believe that no matter what, if your about to pass on to the land of the living, that you study up on this matter. I am a firm believer that we are indeed dead and our loved ones "up above" cry for us. They can see us, they can be where ever they wanna be, doing whatever they wanna do, at faster t…han the speed of light. I have done my research on this subject, as well as God, and the big picture in general. I suggest some must read books, EMBRACED BY THE LIGHT, MANS ETERNAL QUEST, AND A WORLD BEYOND. I hope these books shed some light for you and God Bless you all. ( Full Answer )
I cannot answer this question definitively - every person is different. But I can tell you about my experience. When my doctor told me that there was no hope I began to get my business in order. First I called my pastor and had a great conscience-cleansing discussion; planned my funeral Mass, music …and selected readings. That having been taken care of, I located the original copy of my will, a copy of my house deed and organized my finances. I will be survived by one adult daughter who is unmarried. So I closed old accounts, moved sums from less productive accounts to existing accounts that had better performance and added her name to all of my accounts, savings, checking, investments, etc. Then I checked all of my insurance policies, and 401K to be sure they all listed my daughter as beneficiary. I also signed up to start receiving my pension payments (even though I'm still 6 years away from retirement) because they told me that if I die before the pension begins making payments there will be nothing for my child to inherit. If, however, I am drawing a monthly payment from the pension plan at the time of my death, my beneficiaries continue to receive payments monthly. Then we sat down and discussed what to do with it all. My daughter and I discussed our preferences for burial vs cremation, wake or no wake and basically I'm leaving those decisions in my daughter's hands as those things are really intended to comfort the living (I won't really care now will I?). I've been visiting with old friends and sharing my experience, whatever wisdom I've accrued, and love as much as I can. No one can predict the exact date or time, but I am resting comfortably knowing that I've done what I could to make it all easier on my loved ones. S.S: I just have one thing to add. THAT WAS SO SAD! And calming for some reason. You repent, pray, & Ask God for forgiveness'. If possible tell your loved ones what you want them to know, Werther its I love you or a confession. ( Full Answer )
From what I understand the first thing is to try to figure out why you died. So your body is examined to see the cause of death and this goes on your death certificate. If more examination is needed in this area they will take tissue and blood samples and look at the internal organs. After all of th…is is done the body is cleaned up and prepped for embalming. It is embalmed and then a person comes in to fix the body for the family and viewing. This is when makeup is applied, clothing put on and the body is made to look good and placed in a coffin. Some cultures require other things so those are done and some have religious qualifications that may change the basic sequence I have written here. But, I think I have the sequence of events in the correct order. ( Full Answer )
Everyone will die at some point. Because every human being is mortal, they are therefore subject to death at any time. Therefore, everyone will die at some stage. There are no immortal species of human.
If you die, people believe you go to a better place i.e. heaven if you have no sins, hell if you have sins and if you're in between being good and bad or can't find your way to heaven then you stay on earth as a lonely spirit and this world to spirits is called purgatory. . At the end of the day it… all depends on your beliefs, if you believe in god, afterlife etc. . Who knows. . ( Full Answer )
Your muscles will release (which also includes a release of your bowels). Eventually, rigor mortis will set in. Ultimately, you will decompose over time, as tissue breaks down.
Dying No one knows how they are going to die. Those who have a terminal disease have an idea, but still, they could die another way. It's just something that we have to wait until the time comes to find out.
A variety of ways. Murder heart Attack suicide Homoside Hanging Being stabbed Ran over Drowning Aeroplane crash Train crash/collision Bleeding to death Need i say more? Yes
It Depends On Your Life Span. If You Don't Do Drugs, become obese, and exercise, you will live a long time. If It is the opposite, you will die around your 30s or 40s. But sadly murders, accidents, homicides, and many more affect it. Be wise with your life.
If you die, you are dead. Dead people cannot die again. Death is a one time occurrence.
Raimund Leopold Mozart was born on June 17, 1783, but sadly, died 2 months later on August 19, 1783. Hope that helps!
Unless someone finds a way to make the body capable of regenerating or repairing itself we are all going to die at some point. The body wears out over time.
Do or die is usually a situation where you must make a choice, or take substantial measures to safeguard and consolidate your position which is threatened by forces, often stronger or as powerful as yours.
Not always. There is a difference between being dead and being actually dead. If you just died, meaning your heart has stopped pumping blood, you can still be brought back to life, or revived. If you're actually dead, your brain will not be active even the slightest bit. You see, once your heart s…tops pumping, your brain can still be active for, on average, about fifteen minutes. When you're declared brain dead, you're dead and can't be revived. Another view: You are dead when the soul leaves the body along with the former. ( Full Answer )
There is no specific answer , because we can all live up to 100 years old or even die tomorrow by a stroke or a car accident. You never know what's going to happen in life so living in a happy one wouldn't be so bad after all. Another view: When God says so as he knows when and how.
It would be easier to list some places that it would be extremelyRARE for anyone to die there, if ever, such as: . inside a morgue . inside a funeral home or mortuary . at a crematory -- old site of a furnace that did cremations ofdeceased persons . inside a cemetery . during a live television… show broadcast to the public . up in a tree on a sunny day . in a crawlspace . in a hospital cafeteria . in a hospital department, such as in X-Ray, CAT-Scan, PhysicalTherapy, Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy (a person might diein another area of the hospital, but not unusually in adepartment) . sitting on a beach Every other place I think of, it is not only possible to die there,it is also more common to die in those other places than in theplaces I listed above. ( Full Answer )
It is an inescapable fact that every living thing dies eventually. We seldom even have control over when and how we die. Accidents, disease, and war are largely beyond the ability of the individual to control. . Some religions believe that the amount of time that people have to live is preordained…, and therefore it is important to be ready to "meet your maker" at any given time.. Another take on the question: As we know 'Heart' is the main part of body from which blood is circulated to whole body.But inside Heart is the 'soul' if it is out of order,then death will come.because without Soul whole body is just like a non living thing.As ALMIGHTY ALLAH says in the Holly Book(QURAN):You all living thing(human beings) were created from a non living thing(gene).It is because of the 'SOUL'non living thing is converted into living thing and it the power of ALMIGHTY ALLAH only. ( Full Answer )
Ferdinand Raimund was born on June 1, 1790 and died on September 5, 1836. Ferdinand Raimund would have been 46 years old at the time of death or 225 years old today.
Raimund Abraham died on March 4, 2010, in Los Angeles, California, USA of automobile accident.
Raimund Cerny was born on January 6, 1876, in Pollerskirchen, Moravia, Austria-Hungary (now sobi, Czech Republic).
Raimund Bucher has: Played Reding in "Wilhelm Tell" in 1961. Played Bischof in "Der neue Talar" in 1961. Played Herr Kreutzfeld in "Kollege Bindelmann" in 1969. Played Baer in "Die Bestattung des Oskar Lieberherr" in 1970. Played Prof. Dr. Wydler in "Recht oder Unrecht" in 1970. Played Boat Owner in… "George" in 1972. ( Full Answer )
Raimund Folkert has: Played Anton, sein Geselle in "Anton und Antonia" in 1971. Played Franz in "Liebe macht blind" in 1972. Played Franzel in "Die falsche Katze" in 1973. Performed in "Der Jagdgast" in 1978. Performed in "Das vierte Gebot" in 1978. Performed in "Geblendeter Augenblick - Anton Weber…ns Tod" in 1986. ( Full Answer )
Raimund Harmstorf has: Played himself in "Zum blauen Bock" in 1957. Played Performer in "Stars in der Manege" in 1959. Played Der Rekrut in "Leutnant Nant" in 1965. Played Bob Salesbury in "Die Chefin" in 1966. Played Nielsson in "Babeck" in 1968. Played Jimmy Clayton in "Detektiv Quarles" in 1968. …Played Rolf Bergmann in "Tatort" in 1969. Played Theo Klinger in "Der Kommissar" in 1969. Played Doc in "Die Sprachlosen" in 1970. Played Mike Jay in "Die Kriminalnovelle" in 1970. Played Mike Roy in "Finder, bitte melden" in 1970. Played Wolf Larsen in "Der Seewolf" in 1971. Played Siegfried in "Siegfried und das sagenhafte Liebesleben der Nibelungen" in 1971. Played Pete in "The Call of the Wild" in 1972. Played Paul, ein Tramp in "Semesterferien" in 1972. Played Paul, ein Tramper in "Semesterferien" in 1972. Played Heinz Klett in "Blutiger Freitag" in 1972. Played Kurt Jansen in "Zanna Bianca" in 1973. Performed in "3. November 1973" in 1973. Played himself in "Am laufenden Band" in 1974. Played Rudolf Nolde in "Derrick" in 1974. Played Kurt Jansen in "Il ritorno di Zanna Bianca" in 1974. Played Albert Hufland in "Derrick" in 1974. Played Sergeant Milton in "Un genio, due compari, un pollo" in 1975. Played Michel Strogoff in "Michel Strogoff" in 1975. Played Harry A. Schneider in "Der Alte" in 1977. Played Rommell in "Mr. Mean" in 1977. Played Harald Steinhart in "Der Alte" in 1977. Played Rope Whittaker in "California" in 1977. Played Sergeant Kempfer in "Lo chiamavano Bulldozer" in 1978. Played Adolf Sachs in "Quel maledetto treno blindato" in 1978. Played Capt. Briggs in "Uno sceriffo extraterrestre... poco extra e molto terrestre" in 1979. Performed in "Warum die UFOs unseren Salat klauen" in 1980. Played Deputy Barry Henson in "Thunder" in 1983. Played Anton Kameter in "Tiefe Wasser" in 1983. Played Guard in "Cane arrabbiato" in 1984. Played Raphaelas father in "Das Wunder" in 1985. Played Florian Brinkmann in "Die Schwarzwaldklinik" in 1985. Played Ruloff in "Der kleine Riese" in 1985. Played Cousin Florian in "Die Schwarzwaldklinik" in 1985. Played Hardy in "Losberg" in 1986. Played Rusty in "Thunder II" in 1987. Played Vasco in "Big Man: La fanciulla che ride" in 1988. Performed in "Cafe Europa" in 1990. Played Raimund in "African Skies" in 1991. Played Valgard in "The Viking Sagas" in 1995. Played John Berghaus in "Unser Charly" in 1995. Performed in "Klinik unter Palmen" in 1996. Played King in "The Wolves" in 1996. Played Profi in "Blutrausch" in 1997. ( Full Answer )
Raimund Marasigan has: Played Raimund in "Run Barbi Run" in 1995. Played himself in "Tulad ng dati" in 2006. Played Songwriting Teacher in "Pinoy Dream Academy" in 2006. Played himself in "Eraserheads: The Reunion Concert" in 2008. Played Himself - Guest in "Wasak" in 2011. Played Himself - Sandwich… in "Wasak" in 2011. ( Full Answer )
Raimund Schelcher has: Played Konrad Windhalm in "Das unsterbliche Herz" in 1939. Played Martin Leutner in "0 Uhr 15, Zimmer 9" in 1950. Played Dr. Wolfgang Buck in "Der Untertan" in 1951. Played Dozent Joachim Peters in "Die Sonnenbrucks" in 1951. Performed in "Das Beil von Wandsbek" in 1951. Playe…d Mertens in "Geheimakten Solvay" in 1953. Played Betrunkener Matrose in "Leuchtfeuer" in 1954. Played Heckenberger in "Der Ochse von Kulm" in 1955. Played Jochen Schall in "Wer seine Frau lieb hat" in 1955. Played Sergeant in "Der Richter von Zalamea" in 1956. Played Jakob in "Das Stacheltier - Alles im Eimer" in 1956. Played Narrator in "Urlaub auf Sylt" in 1957. Played Albert in "Wo Du hin gehst..." in 1957. Played Mann mit Lederjacke in "Spur in die Nacht" in 1957. Played Karl Baumann in "Gejagt bis zum Morgen" in 1957. Played Max Franke in "Lissy" in 1957. Played August Lenz in "Das Lied der Matrosen" in 1958. Played Erich Kubak in "Erich Kubak" in 1959. Performed in "Pyat dney - pyat nochey" in 1960. Played Direktor Gruber in "Das Leben beginnt" in 1960. Played Julius Gemse in "Die Jagd nach dem Stiefel" in 1962. Played Friedrich Weiler in "Frau Flinz" in 1962. Played Eugen Timpel in "Der Staatsanwalt hat das Wort" in 1965. Performed in "Die Tage der Commune" in 1966. Played Marcellini in "Die Dame aus Genua" in 1969. Played Jim in "Steinreich" in 1970. Performed in "Der Sonne Glut" in 1971. ( Full Answer )
Raimund Stamm has: Played Norman in "Disneyland" in 1954. Played Raglin in "Disneyland" in 1954. Played Dempsey in "Disneyland" in 1954. Played Warrington Santa in "Disneyland" in 1954. Played Patron in "Eureka" in 1983. Played Gas attendant in "Picking Up the Pieces" in 1985. Played Worker in "MacG…yver" in 1985. Played Cop in Park in "Spot Marks the X" in 1986. Played Randy Aldenado in "21 Jump Street" in 1987. Played Bartender in "Wiseguy" in 1987. Played Chuck (The Duck) in "The Commish" in 1991. Played Tony in "Street Justice" in 1991. Played Herbie in "Highlander" in 1992. Played Russian Ump in "The Comrades of Summer" in 1992. Performed in "Hurricanes" in 1993. Played Jake in "Trust in Me" in 1994. Played Workman in "Strange Luck" in 1995. Played Additional Voices in "Action Man" in 1995. Played Big Jake in "Sliders" in 1995. Played Huge Man in "The Sentinel" in 1996. Played Building Manager in "Profile for Murder" in 1996. Played Phil in "Mother Trucker: The Diana Kilmury Story" in 1996. Played Hitchhike Driver in "Stargate SG-1" in 1997. Played Cashier in "Sweetwater" in 1999. Played Clive in "Mysterious Ways" in 2000. ( Full Answer )
Raimund Wallisch has: Played Johann in "Nacktschnecken" in 2004. Played Josef Kainz in "SOKO Donau" in 2005. Played Andreas Paulmichl in "Vier Frauen und ein Todesfall" in 2005. Played Rudi in "8x45 - Austria Mystery" in 2006. Played Fahrlehrer in "In 3 Tagen bist du tot" in 2006. Played Robert Eich…inger in "Schnell ermittelt" in 2008. Played Johann in "Contact High" in 2009. Played Sedlak in "Der Fall des Lemming" in 2009. Played Inspektor Novak in "Meine Tochter nicht" in 2010. Played Max in "Aufschneider" in 2010. Played Klausi in "Die Mutprobe" in 2010. Played Reinhard Matussek in "Braunschlag" in 2012. Played Gabriel in "Blackstory" in 2012. Played Dr. Martin Hauser in "Wunder" in 2013. Played Dr. Pock in "Steirerblut" in 2013. ( Full Answer )
Raimund Pissin has written: 'Frank Wedekind' 'Almanache der Romantik' -- subject(s): Bibliography, German Almanacs, Germany, Romanticism
Ferdinand Raimund has written: 'Raimunds Werke' 'Moisasurs Zauberfluch' -- subject(s): Drama, Fiction, OverDrive 'Gesammelte werke' 'Der Alpenkonig Und Der Menschenfeind' -- subject(s): OverDrive, Drama, Fiction 'Der Alpenko nig und der Menschenfeind' 'Der Diamant des Geisterkonigs' -- s…ubject(s): Drama, Fiction, OverDrive 'The spendthrift' ( Full Answer )
Raimund Gerz has written: 'Bertolt Brecht und der Faschismus' -- subject(s): Fascism in literature, Political and social views
Raimund Krumm has written: 'Obraz Drugogo' -- subject(s): World War, 1939-1945, Russians, Diplomatic history, Annexation to Soviet Union, Foreign relations, History
Raimund Klawitter has written: 'Geschichte der Geigenlackierung' -- subject(s): Construction, Handbooks, manuals, Handbooks, manuals, etc, History, Varnish and varnishing, Violin
Raimund Bezold has written: 'Popularphilosophie und Erfahrungsseelenkunde im Werk von Karl Philipp Moritz' -- subject(s): Knowledge, Philosophy, Psychology
Raimund Pfister has written: 'Lateinische Grammatik in Geschichte und Gegenwart' -- subject(s): Historical Grammar, Latin language
Raimund K. Ege has written: 'Object-oriented programming with C++' -- subject(s): C++ (Computer program language), C
Raimund Eberhard has written: 'Weltordnung und Weltkrieg' -- subject(s): German Philosophy, Philosophy, German, World War, 1914-1918
Raimund Herz has written: 'Empirische Befunde zum Rhythmus der Zeitnutzung' -- subject(s): Time management, Time management surveys, Traffic surveys
The Bible teaches that there is a literal heaven and a literal hell . Heaven is thespiritual dwelling place of God, and it is where all trueChristians will go after death, provided they remain faithfulthroughout life. Hell is the place of eternalseparation from God, prepared for the devil and …his angels ( Full Answer )
you will die sooner or later if you don't die before god comes then you will go with the devil unless you have been good
To ask this question you must be alive and thus you have not yetdied. Wait a bit, it will happen eventually.