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ageeelme pardiina voted up Didge Doo's answer

There was an overwhelming vote in favour of this design:

Before it becomes the national flag it needs to face another referendum in March when it will be matched against the colonial flag, (almost identical to the Australian flag and featuring the Union Jack). At this stage it's anticipated the traditionalists will have … Read more
ageeelme pardiina
ageeelme pardiina voted up Don Barzini's answer

Nope, not at all. That's pretty much the definition of death: The complete absence of any signs of life. 

We could mention that certain organs and tissues can be transplanted independently from deceased donors and function long beyond the donor's death. Maybe that would apply here.