Death

Name(s): 
Annihilation
Banefulness
Bereavement
Bloody-mindedness
Calamity
Death
Destructiveness
Disaster
Dissolution
Eeriness
Extermination
Extinction
Gruesomeness
Lifelessness
Malignancy
Sacrifice
Self-destruction
Suffocation
Virulence
Nature

Death is the irreversible cessation of all biological functions that sustain an organism. For organisms with a brain, death can also be defined as the irreversible cessation of functioning of the whole brain, including brainstem, and brain death is sometimes used as a legal definition of death. The remains of a former organism normally begin to decompose shortly after death. Death is an inevitable process that eventually occurs in almost all organisms.

Death is generally applied to whole organisms; the similar process seen in individual components of an organism, such as cells or tissues, is necrosis. Something that is not considered an organism, such as a virus, can be physically destroyed but is not said to die. As of the early 21st century, over 150,000 humans die each day, with ageing being by far the most common cause of death.

Many cultures and religions have the idea of an afterlife, and also may hold the idea of judgement of good and bad deeds in one's life (heaven, hell, karma).

Source: Wikipedia

Aggravates 
Entropy [in 6 loops]
Aggravated by 
Type 
(A) Abstract fundamental problems